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.
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Stay up to date on the evolving language of advocacy and design with Helio Definitions, our glossary of advocacy industry terminology, topics, and concepts.
A tool that helps to build consistency, harmony, and rhythm in your designs.
A modular scale is a set of numbers that are meaningfully related to one another. By multiplying by 1.618 to get the next highest number, or dividing by 1.618 to get the next lowest number, we can get numbers for a modular scale using the golden ratio.
An adaptive, future-friendly solution for website design
Mobile First is a style of thinking about web design, app design, mobile websites, and the user experience by working from the smallest to the largest screen size choice. It's all about making websites more mobile-friendly and building a responsive design that adapts to different screen sizes.
Taking the world with you, wherever you may go.
Mobile-friendly design implies that the information on your website — photos, texts, videos, and links – is easily and quickly accessible across all platforms, especially on the considerably smaller screens of smartphones and tablets.
The more we use symbols in design, the more users understand their meaning.
The majority of mobile apps, as well as most mobile phones, use similar iconography and are quite uniform. Taping these symbols on a touchscreen device functions as a button to execute a specific job or action.
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