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
Get in front of business decisions with surveys that fulfill in minutes.
Find new solutions and customer journeys by testing concepts and prototypes.
Validate concepts and optimize UX with click tests, tree tests, and more.
Add research to your design process
Solve specific customer problems
Collaborate with your team
Learn from company’s successes
Articles on market research, product discovery, and design
Research techniques, testing tools, and UX design methods
Pre-made templates to start your UX, market and product research
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Findings and best practices for using research to get in front of business decisions.
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.
Stay up to date on the evolving language of advocacy and design with Helio Definitions, our glossary of advocacy industry terminology, topics, and concepts.
Empty space that creates site rhythm.
Negative space is the empty, blank areas in designs or “holes” where the page shows through between the main design elements. It can be seen as white between design elements and has been referred to by many different names such as “negative” or just “white space'.
Find your way around pages and sites with ease.
Navigation design entails developing, assessing, and implementing methods that enable users to navigate across a website or app. The way people engage with your content and goods is heavily influenced by navigation.
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