Reach 1,000,000 participants by targeting specific segments
Build your customer database, screeners, and survey emails
Capture survey participants from your website or web app
Test concepts, tree tests, card sorts, prototypes, and videos
Collect user feedback in minutes using survey questions
Validate user interactions with Figma prototypes
Sync your Figma files to create visual surveys with your team
Approve and comment on surveys before sending out
Ask open-ended questions and follow up with participants
Analyze your surveys and tests realtime with powerful filters
Filter by data by questions, demographics or response time
Store, organize, share, and collaborate on your findings
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Your advocate will be available weekly to run tests and synthesize your results.
Run tests and surface data findings each week that support your projects.
Your product design team designs, tests, and learns with your organization.
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An app that allows you to test your assumptions early.
The nuts and bolts: Enroll is a place to make the web a better place. You can see what real companies are working on right now and let them know what you think. You'll be the first to get sneak peeks behind the screen.
Getting things done in a digital world means using email effectively.
Email, short for Electronic mail, is a method of sending and receiving messages between persons who use computers or other electronic devices. In the 1960s, email started to become widely used, albeit only between users of the same computer.
A responsive unit of measurement for elements at a given point size.
An em space is a typographical space with a width of one em. An em spacing is traditionally the width of a capital letter M in a typeface that employs the Latin alphabet. An em spacing is frequently smaller than a capital M in current digital typography, which strives to standardize measures for different languages and alphabets.
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