Tools & Resources


  • Feb 25

    HotJar

     

     Hotjar is a new powerful way to reveal true website user behaviour and experiences in one central tool – giving you the big picture of how you can improve your site’s UX and conversion rates. All your data is securely stored in the cloud and is accessible at lightning speed. 


  • Oct 03

    Alertsite UXM

     

     AlertSite UXM provides a unified SaaS platform for test, monitoring, and root cause analysis. As a result development, QA, operations and business teams can all work from the same data, and easily collaborate to reduce the time to find and resolve issues. Seeing a problem is one thing- the ability to see precisely where it…


  • Jul 31

    Ometrics

     

     Ometrics™ provides a suite of conversion rate optimization tools to increase your sites ROI. Includes Surveys, Feedback tabs and offer tabs, site A/B Testing, Heat Maps, Click Metrics, Form Metrics, and sales conversion Funnel Metrics. All tools are included in one small script to reduce usability testing impact on your sites performance.


  • May 28

    Pathful

     

     Pathful helps you make the right changes to your website. We capture every mobile gesture and non-click interaction that every visitor makes on your site. We provide Conversion Insights that clearly identify: Which images and text are driving or hurting conversion How different channels are performing What website behaviors are relevant to growing your business


  • Apr 04

    Attensee

     

     Attensee is a web-based alternative to eye-tracking that uses a blurred image of your page mouse movement from the user to identify attention behavior. Remotely assess your visual marketing faster and cheaper.


  • Feb 27

    MouseFlow

     

     Mouseflow lets you record website visitors and generate instant heatmaps showing where they click, scroll and even pay attention.


  • Feb 27

    Scroll Depth

     

     Scroll Depth is a small Google Analytics plugin that tracks how far users are scrolling. It monitors the 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% scroll marks, sending a Google Analytics Event at each one. You can also track when specific elements on the page are scrolled into view. For example, on a blog, you could send…