Usabilitest is an online tool for usability research.
It includes card sorting with open, closed or hybrid tests and cards that include images, text or both; a proprietary ‘Prioritization Matrix’ tool for identifying the most important issues to users; and a System Usability Scale Plus (SUS+) online survey for a quick way to measure usability using a short questionnaire with five response options.
UXtweak is a user testing and usability research platform with a range of features.
Unmoderated studies are remote tests that generate screen-capture video of users completing a set of tasks on a website. Session replay videos of these tests are fully inspectable, including the DOM for identifying relevant items of code.
Tree Tests set users tasks in order to measure the effectiveness of website structure and labelling.
Card Sorts help to understand how users group and label content for organising product groups, categories or other navigation structures.
AlphaHQ is an on-demand insights platform for testing digital product designs with users.
Key features include a connected audience sample of over 100 million B2B and B2C users worldwide; an ‘experimentation engine’ for capturing live user feedback; access to a designer network to generate mockups or live prototypes of designs for testing; and online reporting tools with interactive charts, verbatim responses and videos of recorded user sessions.
UsabilityHub is a remote user research platform that offers First Click Tests (test interaction with first click and navigation tests), Design Surveys (show designs and ask direct questions to participants), Preference Testing (test visual appeal with 2-6 alternative images) and Five Second Tests (test intelligibility by showing an image for five seconds).
Userzoom is a comprehensive user testing and feedback platform that includes features for lab-based studies; moderated and unmoderated remote tests; information architecture research; on-page feedback and surveys; and a range of usability research tools including card sorting, tree tests and intent testing.
Userzoom also has a professional services team to manage projects and access to participant recruitment via its own panel and partnerships with Lucid, Dynata, Maru/Blue and other providers.
Optimal Workshop is a user research platform with a suite of usability tools to improve website navigation, define information architecture, understand first-clicks and capture qualitative research.
Research activities include tree testing, first-click testing, card sorting, surveys, and qualitative research. In-built participant recruitment brings access to 10 million participants and over 70 languages. Analysis and collaboration features are also built into the tools.