The structure of Useberry is based on Projects.

Every project has multiple versions, and every version is a series of blocks.

So when you are sending an active link to testers, actually you are sending a unique version of a project.

You can add the same block as many times as you want and in any order that you want.

Let's introduce our blocks and explain them a little bit.

Welcome

The first thing your testers will see, a great opportunity to engage right away.


Questions

Get answers through single and multiple select choices, opinion scales and open questions.


Single Task

Ask testers to complete a single task on your prototype to get the following insights: completion time, heatmaps, video recordings, user flows, and direct/indirect success.


Multiple Tasks

Ask testers to complete consecutive tasks on your prototype to get the following insights: completion time, heatmaps, video recordings, user flows, and direct/indirect success.


5 Second Test

Let testers view a single screen for a few seconds (commonly 5), to measure what information they take away and the impression they were given.


First Click

Ask testers an action-invoking question and get a heatmap and detailed time report to their first clicks or taps.


Open Analytics

Let testers freely navigate through your complete prototype to get the following insights: heatmaps, video recordings, user flows, and visit time.


Legal Screen

Ask your testers to agree to your terms by uploading a PDF file.


Context Screen

Let your testers learn more about the context of your test and give your testers instructions at the beginning or at the end of each block.


Card Sorting

Discover how people understand and categorize information.


Preference Test

Between variations, ask testers to choose which one they prefer.


Tree Test

Evaluate the hierarchical structure and findability of your content in a website or app.


Yes/No

Measure the tester’s preference between two choices with this closed-ended type of question.


SUS Survey

Measure the usability of your prototype through 10 questions with 5 response options for testers; from Strongly agree to Strongly disagree.


Demographics

Get basic information about testers and understand better who participates in your tests.


Password Protect

Prevent access and protect your test or any block with a password.


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