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Usability iPad App – 5 Promo Codes to Giveaway

Posted by Jacob Creech on June 16th, 2011

To quote Professor Farnsworth: Good news, everybody!

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes here at IntuitionHQ, and one of the things we’ve been working on is an iPad app – which is now available in the app store for $2.99US ($4.19NZ). Needless to say, we are pretty excited.

Imagine taking your tests out on your iPad – to your clients, stakeholders, or even strangers in the street. It takes guerrilla usability testing to a whole new level. We’ve got a whole bunch of exciting features in store for future updates as well.

We’d like to tell you a little more about the app, and of course, give away some promo codes so you can try it out yourself. To be in to win all you need to do is leave a comment on this post, or retweet it for others to see. If you comment and retweet you double your chance of winning. Simple, huh?

Update: We’ve announced the winners of the five promo codes. Congratulations to those who won, and to those who didn’t check out our post for more chances to win.

Now, as for the app:

The Usability iPad App

Usability iPad app - Sign in

Usability iPad app: Sign in

The Usability iPad app works together with IntuitionHQ. You simply log in to your account, and all your published tests will be displayed. It works for A/B tests and preferences tests as well as single tests, and everything is seamless to the users.

Usability iPad app: Published Projects

Published Projects

Once your in your projects screen, you just tap on the project you’d like to test. The images are all cached on your device (they all download once you log in), and the testing process is lightening fast.

Usability iPad app: TED website test

Usability iPad app: TED website test

If you have longer screenshots, you can scroll around like you usually would – the app only records your ‘clicks’ when you tap on the screenshot.

Usability iPad app: TED website test

TED website test

You can test all sorts of things with the app – as well as your iPhone and iPad apps, you can easily test websites, ask questions and more. Our recent user experience and psychology of colour is a great example of this:

Usability iPad app: User Experience of Colour test

User Experience of Colour test

Usability iPad app: User Experience of Colour test

User Experience of Colour test

When one user finishes the test, you can either choose to go back to your projects, or to go on to your next participant. Simple.

Usability iPad app: Completed test

Completed test

Leave your comments and retweet to win

We’ve love you hear your feedback on the Usability iPad app. What would you use it for? How does it look to you? Any features you’d like us to add? Let us know below, and be in to win a promo code for the app. Good luck!

Happy testing all,

The team at IntuitionHQ.

Do you have a blog? Interested in writing a review of our Usability iPad app? Leave a comment below, send us a message on Twitter @IntuitionHQ or on Facebook.com/IntuitionHQ and you could be in for a free copy of the app.

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  • http://twitter.com/dangorgone Dan Gorgone

    Would love to try out the app to share results with my students! I teach web design at Full Sail University (fullsail.edu) and my Internet Marketing students should know about all the different methods of testing they can use. (By the way, love the blog/Twitter feed – it’s already been recommended to my class.)

  • http://intuitionhq.com Jacob Creech

    Thanks Dan – I remember your tweet at the time! We’d love your students to learn all about usability. Good luck!

  • http://speckyboy.com/designnews/usability-app-for-ipad/ Usability app for iPad | Speckyboy Design Magazine

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  • Will Custard

    Forget the competition guys, this app sounds fantastic! I’m off to buy it now! P.S I would still love to win a free version so I can get it on our work iPad as well as my personal one ; ) Keep up the good work! @willcustard

  • https://profiles.google.com/mr.damianrees Damian Rees

    Very long overdue. Its something a lot of other people have talked about but you guys have actually done something about it. Congrats.

  • David

    The app looks great. I’d love a chance to win. Sounds like the perfect opportunity to get out in public with our designs, and a great way to get feedback. Good luck with the app!

  • http://intuitionhq.com Jacob Creech

    Thanks a lot for your support, Will! We really appreciate it. Your definitely in with a chance to win! Thanks!

  • http://intuitionhq.com Jacob Creech

    Thanks a lot Damian, much appreciated. All the best with your testing, and with the prize draw. Cheers.

  • http://twitter.com/UsabilityNinja Peter Grierson

    i’d love to try this app out in the street getting people in the environment & context of our apps usage to try a concept on the spot..

  • http://intuitionhq.com Jacob Creech

    That’s exactly how we envision it. Good luck, Peter!

  • http://intuitionhq.com Jacob Creech

    Thanks very much, David. Good luck!

  • Cipari

    Looks Like very promising! i’m in!!

  • http://www.kikawebdesign.com Katrina

    Wow, looks awesome!

  • http://intuitionhq.com Jacob Creech

    Thanks and good luck!

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