Category Reviews on Design Tools & Software

With an abundance of design tools, software packages and applications, it is sometimes difficult the find out what standards are being used in the field of UX. In our attempt to help you out, we write detailed reviews about these applications, list the advantages and disadvantages and explain why you should or shouldn’t use it.

We have already written some articles about heat map tools, on how to use them in your daily decision making and how to make those maps actionable. Choosing your click heat map tool isn’t easy, but with this month’s sponsor, we try to make that decision a bit easier.   Our sponsor for this month… continue reading

It is a little hard to define exactly what the responsibilities of a UX Designer are in full. The title alone is nonspecific and each organisation will usually assign the term to a professional that works in a particular way. Overall, and thinking about my experience as a consultant and as a UX designer, I… continue reading

You might remember us mentioning Mouseflow before in some of our previous posts about heatmap systems. Now Mouseflow released their latest version which is packed with new and improved features and a brand new user interface. Time to give you an update. What is Mouseflow? Mouseflow, this month’s sponsor, is a powerful web analytics tool,… continue reading

We all know how important it is to use web analytics. Analytics can help researchers to find out where you are losing visitors and it provides you with valuable customer insights. Still, analytics can be daunting. Too many metrics and features, no flexibility and at the end of the day you’re still completely clueless. A… continue reading

This article is not only a review of Crazy Egg, a heat map tool, we are also giving away a lifetime license and the opportunity to test Crazy Egg 60 days for free. In case you haven’t heard of Crazy Egg before, it’s a tool that generates a heat map and a scroll map based… continue reading

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