Markus Pirker

UX Designer at Simplease Joined about 3 years ago via an invitation from Daniel W. Markus has invited Andreas Riedmüller

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  • Posted to 5 Psychological Phenomena Website Marketers Need to Know, in reply to Matt Milosavljevic , Jul 19, 2016

    Hi Matt,

    you're completely right. Thanks a lot for pointing this out to us! I'll update the paragraph asap.

    Cheers, Markus

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  • Posted to The 10 Best Customer Feedback Tools For Your Website, in reply to Tait Brown , Jul 08, 2016

    Yes, you're completely right. I really forgot to list Intercom. Will add it to the list - thanks a lot for your hint!

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  • Posted to The 10 Best Customer Feedback Tools For Your Website, in reply to Jim Silverman , Jul 07, 2016

    Thanks Jim. Even thought about position #10. ;)

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  • Posted to UX Recipe, in reply to Alecsandru Grigoriu , Jan 29, 2015

    Awesome work! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Posted to Userbrain – Automate your user testing, in reply to Jaime Selva , Nov 17, 2014

    Hi Jaime, thanks for your comment!

    The biggest difference to peek is that Userbrain is not about testing on demand, but was designed for making usability testing a habit, by getting videos at certain intervals.

    Why? Because we think that there’s a big difference between what people want (fast on demand testing) and what people actually need (continuous feedback to incorporate usability testing into their workflows). It’s really based on (very) long-term thinking and that enables us to completely change the way people go about usability testing at the moment and transform it into a habit-forming activity.

    Drop me a line, if you have any further questions :)

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  • Posted to Userbrain – Automate your user testing, in reply to Jeff Smith , Nov 17, 2014

    Hi Jeff, thanks for your feedback! The tests have a written task description where you can give a task and/or ask questions if you like. For testers it’s really just one single task and that’s the reason why we can offer such reasonable prices.

    That said, a typical video actually only lasts about 5 minutes and is not meant to answer all your usability questions, but just to keep you motivated to iterate on your task description as well as your website, and keep on improving your user’s experience over the long run.

    Hope that makes sense to you :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Link to your Twitter?, May 29, 2014

    @gabelfisch - drop me a line :)

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