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Tired of guess work on designs? Prove your designs ideas like a boss.

over 2 years ago from , Maker & founder of Visual Inspector @CanvasFlip Inc

Hey there, I'm a UX consultant and I am tired of guess work in my design decisions and if you are reading this; I'm sure you feel the same way.

I needed something concrete to prove my design hypothesis to my clients - that's why I built CanvasFlip which can help me figure out -What my users are doing in my prototype and where are they going and how much time are they spending at which screen etc.. AND NONE OF THE USER TESTING TOOLS DID IT FOR ME.

So, that's why I built user testing in CanvasFlip - https://www.canvasflip.com/user-testing.php

Unlike other user testing tool like Lookback, Usertesting.com, ** On CanvasFlip your user doesn't need to download any plugin or app to do the test**. Without those annoying plugins or apps, you get much better and faster turn-around from users.

Now, I primarily use CanvasFlip to:

- Capture desired path at my prototype - Validate Call-to-actions using heatmap - Find out popular flows in my prototypes - Add tasks and analyse UX analysis for the same

Sign up today for one year of FREE subscription

** After which, it's ridiculously affordable (starts from $15 per month).**

You can create and test prototypes for any device ( iOS, Android, Web, desktop) in CanvasFlip and start testing just by sharing the link. Users can test in mobile/web browsers ( Chrome, FireFox, Safari absolutely anywhere).

Sounds interesting? Have a suggestion? Leave it in the comments section and I'll get back to you right away.

Cheers!

VM

16 comments

  • Brennan Smith, over 2 years ago

    You set off my OCD with the artifacts left in the image on the home page hero. You should use the pen tool and feather .05 in photoshop to relieve my OCD attack.

    8 points
    • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

      Good catch Brennan, we somehow missed it in the excitement. We will be changing the first-fold image soon. Thanks for bringing it to our notice.

      How did you like the concept otherwise?

      1 point
      • Brennan Smith, over 2 years ago

        This product is geared toward mobile design. I design for web so this product would not be beneficial to me.

        1 point
        • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

          Hey Brennan, CanvasFlip supports web as well. Do give it a swing and share your feedback.

          Looking forward.

          1 point
  • Dirk HCM van BoxtelDirk HCM van Boxtel, over 2 years ago

    Motherf...

    Popup before I could read anything. Instantly closed the site.

    4 points
    • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

      Language my friend, language. Remember Be nice, or else. .. :)

      Besides, we are experimenting with pop-ups that might have caught up in bad time. I'm really sorry for this experience, will reach back to our community and optimize pop up time.

      0 points
      • Dirk HCM van BoxtelDirk HCM van Boxtel, over 2 years ago

        Hah. Assuming foul language equals malicious intent is so 2016 ;)

        As for your response; fair enough. I personally believe (untested, no numbers, mere anecdotal evidence) the tech audience dislikes popups to the extend where one bad interaction means they'll avoid your brand.

        Popups seems to "work" though. Plenty of evidence of that. Doesn't mean it's not a shady pattern. (Warning: incoming hyperbole!) Link farms used to work too. Sending your emails to a purchased database might work too.

        My personal vendetta towards un-requested popups stems from my desire for an internet where people never get annoyed. I want every interaction with interfaces I build to be desirable.

        Candidly, the foul language in that first response is part of that. My little contribution towards making people reconsider interpretation of words. Words too often hold the value the reader puts upon them, as opposed to the value intended by the person who wrote them. If we could read intent, the world would be a better place for it.

        (And yes, this post is over-thought beyond belief!)

        1 point
        • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

          +1 to the popups doing more harm than good, Learnt it the hard way .. :) Will be more careful with our experiments, I promise.

          About the post, I wrote very candidly without giving much thoughts on it. If you have anything specific here, I'll be happy to hear that.

          Language is no big-deal. Really appreciate you taking out time to sharing your honest thoughts here, it's good to learn from fellow UXers. Have a nice day.

          Cheers!

          0 points
  • Johan Ronsse, over 2 years ago

    This post just looks like an ad. Reported.

    3 points
    • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

      Hey @Johan, intent behind this post is to create awareness about my new project keep sanity of DN community and content quality.

      If you think it's not as per the community guideline, let me know and I'll trim down the post accordingly.

      2 points
  • Oleg SerediucOleg Serediuc, over 2 years ago

    The link you attached for FREE one year subscription just lands me on home page with option to schedule a demo or login... No sign up.

    1 point
    • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

      Hey Oleg, all sign ups from DN in that duration stands to get free one year subscription. No coupon/code needed to claim it.

      Good suggestion on making sign-up more obvious. Updated it just now. Thanks a ton. :)

      0 points
  • Dustin Weeres, over 2 years ago

    This looks great! Does it work with design for web or only mobile?

    1 point
    • Vipul. Mishra, over 2 years ago

      Thanks Dustin, I'm glad you find this interesting... :) It works for web and mobile, both.

      Please give it a swing and let us know your feedback.

      • VM
      0 points
  • Jay Morris, over 2 years ago

    Going to check this out. Sounds awesome.

    1 point