Hey guys, I'm just curios if there's an app where you can upload different versions of a logo and let designers vote for the best one, something like A/B testing but for logos? Is this something you would find useful?
Some time ago I created http://bright.tips which is very simple tool that does exactly what you're thinking of.
This is awesome! Thanks for sharing!
Dumb question: do you generate any revenue with it?
Quite cool app!
This is AWESOME. Like.. really awesome.
You could try Type Form (www.typeform.com). I've used it to test out app icons.
I'd definitely pay for that.
An app like this would be very useful, if not just fun, but I have not come across one. However, I would love to know more about it, if one exists!
A good idea for this would be something like Tinder. I believe theres one for Dribbble (https://tindddle.com), obviously this would be for a mass of logos but it would give great first impression only result with not much info about the logo.
Upload your logo see results from a community with like or not like? Toger...
Ideas. Sorry I get OTT.
Yup, that's exactly what I had in mind :).
I'm tempted to create a prototype.
While not specifically for logos (though we do have a Graphic Design category), our app Fleck has community curation built into it with a Tinder like view for voting posts up or down. It wouldn't let you really A/B test, but you could get a decent idea of general response to a design. www.getfleck.com
Great app @Rory !
Thanks! Lots in the pipeline, but seeing some nice growth and general reaction. :)
Growth hacking ftw! :)
Growth at any cost! ;)
I like this idea alot.
One way it could be executed a little different from Tinder could be you limit the user to being able to only upload 3 or 4 options. Instead of swiping like Tinder to answer which is better, viewers can tap their favorite option choices in order of favorites 1-4.
Then the OP will see which logo options rank best behind the scenes. Just an idea.
I'd download that.
Will you compensate designers for giving feedback on logos?
ZURBs Verify App could do this really easily. We do it a lot when clients can't decide on a direction or as quick quantitative user testing.
Same here. We use VerifyApp for all kinds of A/B testing.
Usability Hub (usabilityhub.com) lets you do this. They call it a Preference Test.
Yup, I know about the Preference Tests on usabilityhub. Though I'm looking for something more mobile, more playful, something that I can use on the go whenever I get bored.
I really love the preference tests over there, but they come so rare. All I get are 5 Second Tests, which are the worst, because most of the time the people asking for feedback don't know how to write the questions.
Yeah, they're pretty terrible. I wish there was a way to tell those people that the premise of their questions usually doesn't make any sense.
That would absolutely be useful! I have that problem all the time. 40 iterations later and you really start to get decision fatigue doing it on your own.
Perhaps something to build with the help of Assembly (https://assembly.com/discover)? Let me know if you go ahead with it. Would love to chip in somehow.
Hey, Have you tried http://www.polarb.com/ ?
How about Jelly? It's kinda a hack around, but a good community for sure.