Our native integration into Adobe XD is accompanied by the 5 different test types and a series of other handy features, each one addressing a unique need and a UX design problem seeking a solution in the process of building digital experiences.

Let’s start, shall we?

First things first! Before anything, make sure that you have successfully installed the Useberry plugin on your Adobe XD environment. If not, go to Plugins panel, search “useberry” and click Install. If you had already installed our plugin, make sure to update it to get the latest version.

Ready to go! 🚀

Directly through Adobe XD, you can now launch the user testing process as soon as possible through a brief and simplified flow:

  1. Create your design prototype in Adobe XD.
  2. Go to Plugins > useberry.
  3. Select test type and create your test on the spot.

Extra tip: As soon as you’re all set, you can also preview your test to see how testers will actually view it, as well as double-check final details and user testing instructions before sharing it!  


TL;DR

Start sharing your test

You’re ready to share your test and start collecting feedback! Just click “SHARE” on the left of your screen. Activate and grab the generated URL and start sharing your test!

What does my test look like?

Of course you might wonder how your test looks like when people are participating in it.🤔 So, in case you missed previewing it before, here is what your testers actually see when they take a test of yours:

What about the results?

With Useberry you have all of your collected feedback beautifully visualized on your dashboard. Because, after all, that’s what Useberry is; a tool that allows arguing your designs based on actual user feedback, by keeping at hand valuable insights such as heatmaps, video recordings, user flows, time bars and answers to your follow-up questions.

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