User testing finally becomes a habit.
Keep getting videos of real people testing your website, web app or prototype and make it ridiculously easy to use.
Watch users going through your site, platform, prototype, and hear them think aloud during every interaction.
Everything is caught on 5–15 minute videos, for the whole team to watch and discuss:
Product, UX, Development, Customer Support, Sales teams … all come together with one goal in mind—to improve what we're building. And everyone gets a share of insights from watching people use their product for the first time.
Companies who already test their websites with Userbrain:
“Getting proper participants for usability testing takes time. Userbrain literally takes all the headache out of that. The participants are relevant, knowledgeable, and offer enough feedback to extract new insights every week.”Narek Khachatryan, UX Designer at SaneBox
Weekly videos of people testing your website
If you want a great site, you have to test. Usability experts recommend testing as early and often as possible and to do many small tests rather than a few large studies.
That’s why Userbrain keeps sending you short videos each week instead of overwhelming you with countless hours of usability material at once.
Test with different users on different devices
One of the best parts of Userbrain is its diversity. You will get to see videos of people using your website on iPhones, iPads, laptop and desktop computers.
Most of our testers are average web users while others are designers, writers, or developers, who will not only test your site, but also recommend improvements.
Make usability testing a part of your workflow
Userbrain makes usability testing a no-brainer. You get new users to test your website every week without the need to handle any recruiting or tester payment yourself.
All you have to do is carve out a few minutes each week to watch your videos and keep finding and fixing your site’s usability problems.
“This is a neat idea. The concept of recurring user testing is compelling because it automates the process and forces makers to continually get in‑depth usability feedback.”Ryan Hoover, Founder of ProductHunt