Whatever your goals are: to improve ROI, to increase conversion rates or simply build a better product at a lower cost, usability testing can help you achieve them. At usabiliTEST we specialize in building online tools for conducting remote usability testing. We pride ourselves in building simple to use applications with powerful data analytic features, to save you time by delivering instant data results, ready to be used.

Remote (online) Card Sorting Tool

Card Sorting Tool

Card sorting can help you build the structure for your website, decide what to put on the home page, and label the home page categories. It also helps to ensure that you organize information on your site in a way that is logical to your users.

Remote (online) Prioritization Matrix Tool

Prioritization Matrix Tool

Prioritization Matrix is a useful technique you can use with your current or potential customers or with your team members to achieve consensus about an issue. The Matrix helps you rank tasks by a frequency and importance criteria. Then you can more clearly see which issues are the most important to work on solving first.

SUSplus Test

SUS Plus Tool

The System Usability Scale (SUS) provides a “quick and dirty”, reliable tool for measuring the usability. It consists of brief questionnaire with five response options for respondents; from Strongly agree to Strongly disagree. usabiliTEST's version of this test offers optional questions to provide additional metrics.

Remote (online) Heuristic Evaluation Tool

Heuristic Evaluation Tool


Our tool is based on 247 web usability guidelines by Dr. Travis of USERFOCUS and is used with permission of the author.

A heuristic evaluation is a usability inspection method for computer software that helps to identify usability problems in the user interface (UI) design. It specifically involves evaluators examining the interface and judging its compliance with recognized usability principles (the "heuristics"). The main goal of heuristic evaluations is to identify any problems associated with the design of user interfaces.   ~ From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia