Better feedback leads to better products.
That’s why we’ve partnered with leading user research platform UserTesting to give InVision users a faster, more seamless way to capture insight into their app, website, or prototype. Hear what users have to say, via rapid 5-minute micro tests, when you send your InVision prototypes directly to UserTesting. It’s free for 60 days, with 3 free tests per month after that.
Here’s how it works:
- Choose the prototype you want to test
- Outline a few tasks to help guide your user through your design
- Send it for testing with a click!
It’s as simple as it sounds. Within minutes, an email from UserTesting with a recording of users sharing their feedback will land in your inbox.
InVision lets you shape a concept from ideation all the way to a clickable, interactive prototype. Building a product from your design, though, takes an entire team, each member joining in and providing feedback at key points in the process. Whether you’re sharing ideas via Boards, presenting your project to stakeholders, or asking senior leadership for their comments, InVision brings your team—and your process—together to build better products, faster.“Better feedback leads to better products.”
Incorporating feedback from real users is a crucial part of collaboration. It helps us catch mistakes, validate new ideas, and create a better experience—all before writing a single line of code. Plus, user feedback often leads to more support from internal stakeholders and our company leaders. Who couldn’t use more of that?
Lots of you are already using UserTesting to gain better insight into your prototypes—this year, InVision tests accounted for 70 percent of prototype tests on UserTesting! By seamlessly pairing InVision and UserTesting, your team has the power to use the tools you love to build even better products, faster—together. Try it free and see for yourself!
Read more about user testing
- User testing gone wild: A guide to course correction
- A simple guide to product testing
- UX design tips for your app, part 1