We improve your product to its best version.
We identify problems by examining the current state of your product in its usage environments with the help of UX. To understand the issues, we run tests adapted to reality.
Finally, with the information we obtained, we improve your product to its best version by also including you in the process.

Which methods do we use to improve your product?
#Usability Test #Benchmark #Feedback Analyze #A/B Test #Card Sorting #Tree Testing #First-click Testing #Online Surveys #Heatmaps​​​​​​​
Let's explain what does the methods we use add to your product.
#Usability Test: We examine and observe the behaviour of your users. We develop solution suggestions by forwarding the information we have obtained to you in order of importance.
#Benchmark: We make observations for your product by examining the strengths and weaknesses of other competing products. We learn the areas where the product must respond and where it is weak, and determine the functions that should be included in the new product.
#A/B Test: We run a test based on comparing different versions of the same page which variant performs better for a given conversion goal.
#Feedback Analyze: While users are using the product, we receive feedback from users at the scheduled time and on specified issues, and we improve the experience by analyzing them.
#Card Sorting: We analyze how people behave about grouping and labeling ideas, so you can eaily optimize your content structure.
#Tree Testing: If you want to improve the structure of your website, we test the current one with users, and provide you the structure that works for the people using it.
#First-click Testing: We test the website with first click testing so we can understand better what they interact with at first sight, and improve it if needed.
#Online Surveys: We help you understand your users with the online surveys that we prepare.
#Heatmaps: We analyze the heatmap of your pages. Where users click, move, and scroll on your site. By doing this we help you understand how users really behave on your site.
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