Tim Rotolo is a UX Architect at TryMyUI. He is a born researcher whose interests include history, psychology, architecture, design, and zoology.
Tim holds a Bachelor's Degree in International Relations from Claremont McKenna College in southern California. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @timoroto
Read about the powerful analytical capabilities of Trymata’s new research repository! With automatic sentiment analysis, discovery graphs, highlight searches and more, Considerly will help you get even more out of your UX research data.
Wondering if ChatGPT’s AI engine can help you write your usability testing task scripts? Our team did the research to find out exactly what conversational prompts work best to get a ready-to-use test script.
An in-depth look at how our new live moderated test sessions work, from launching the test to admitting participants into the live room, facilitating the feedback session, and ending each call.
For over a decade, TryMyUI has provided a robust suite of remote unmoderated usability testing tools. We are now excited to announce that we have expanded our testing capabilities to provide moderated testing as well! Check out how the new feature will look and work.
Usability testing and A/B testing share many of the same principles and with TryMyUI, follow a very similar process. Read about how to run effective A/B tests on the TryMyUI platform!
Looking for a way to run usability testing sessions and get feedback on your Testflight beta app? You can do it on TryMyUI – here’s how.
Last month, in what has become a TryMyUI Halloween tradition, we revisited our UX House of Horrors, piling on fresh design atrocities to make users shiver in fear. Here are some of the highlights.
After the results came in, we parsed the survey results and analyzed key pieces of the video data to see how the two sites compared. This post describes our methods, what we learned, and the implications for running your own competitive user testing study.
We revisited our old Domino’s vs Pizza Hut UX faceoff, this time with 20 test participants, to see what we would find – not just about the UX of ordering pizza online, but also about how to run competitive usability tests, and how to use quantitative data in a competitive UX study.