As we recently shared, we have acquired Stitchology.ai, a robust session recording and web analytics platform that blows Google Analytics and Hotjar out of the water. With this tool, we have been able to create a platform that sheds light on the full user journey and gets to the nitty gritty about your website’s full experience for your customer base. We are excited to be the premier tool and leading platform in the digital experience space, as well as the only tool that provides end to end insights on your customer’s journey. But what’s next for TryMyUI + Stitchology? Let’s get into it!
The Stitchology story: How this all came to be
Recently, TryMyUI, a global leader in the user experience and usability testing space, acquired Stitchology.ai, a session recording and web analytics suite. With the joining of these two platforms, TryMyUI will be able to create the first-ever product for maximizing product-led growth. Together, the companies will provide an end-to-end digital experience solution to help businesses drive online revenue. But what about this company is so compelling? What’s the story behind it all? Don’t worry! In this article, we will reveal the Stitchology story.
The Stitchology acquisition: Why does it matter?
TryMyUI recently acquired Stitchology.ai, a robust session recording and web analytics platform. Through this acquisition, the two companies have managed to put out a comprehensive digital experience revenue platform that illuminates the user’s journey from end-to-end. While this is exciting news for us, we are sure that you have many questions about what this means and how it impacts customers. Don’t you worry! In this article, we will be sharing our perspective on the problem that merging TryMyUI with Stitchology solves.
Considering customer experience in your UX design process
Do you know you can provide a steady foundation for your brand or business and increase return on investment by adopting practices that elevate customer experience? In the past, companies relied totally on their product’s quality to get new business or more sales. They were successful, but now it’s not that easy because major brands have become user-centric and marketing machines. So, if you want to compete with them, you need to consider customer experience in the UX design process.
What are the application security flaws in UX design?
Do you remember the movie “Rise of the Planet of Apes?” Actually, you do not have to because this is about the “rise of the planet of apps” and not apes as in the movie. Did you mumble something about that being a terrible pun? I get it, I am not so good at puns, and we are not here to talk about puns. We are going to try and put on a serious face like that of Sandor Clegane (the hound) in Game of Thrones and focus on UX design cyber application security.
What are digital experience platforms?
In a technology-centric society, we are seeing more and more business sectors move to a digital space. Apps and websites that accomplish the same thing as and eventually replace brick and mortar establishments are on the rise. Consumers enjoy the accessibility and flexibility of a more digital world. Therefore, it is up to businesses to ensure that they are creating the best digital experience possible. While there is a lot of conversation around user experience and customer experience and the platforms that can help you understand how users feel about those things, it’s high time to have a conversation about digital experience platforms – what they are and how they can benefit your business.
Customer persona analysis
Simply having a good product/service isn’t enough to attract users and create a successful business. You need to reach people that are interested in your solution, have a need for it, and are willing to pay. These three factors are part of a larger image that makes up customer intent and product-market fit. To analyze how your product fits and who the specific audience is, it’s helpful to create a customer persona analysis. This article will define a customer persona analysis and talk about how to build one, why it’s important, and two different research methods used to help create this analysis.
UX playoffs: Food delivery bracketology
If you’ve been following our social media, then you’ve probably seen the UX playoffs polls we’ve been running for the past several weeks. It started as a fun little campaign that we started in celebration of the NBA playoffs. As folks engaged with and voted on their favorite food delivery apps, we were reminded of a time when we used to share UX Wars blog posts and how those resonated with everyone. So, here we are! Soft relaunching our old campaign. Don’t worry, friends. The name change was temporary and apropos only to the NBA playoffs situation.
10 UI mistakes that SaaS marketers make
User interface (UI) and UX design are critical components in any industry, especially for SaaS brands. The SaaS market is highly competitive. This is why it’s crucial to take your time doing UI and UX research to make sure your product and marketing efforts are more thorough and check all the right boxes. If you are too focused on creating and marketing the best product, you can easily lose sight of what really matters — your customers. Below, we’ll review the top 10 SaaS marketing mistakes and tips for how to overcome them.
Key components of the UX design process
The UX design process doesn’t only provide users with a pleasurable and intuitive user experience. It also offers an opportunity for UX designers to make changes and improvements in their designs as they go along. If you want to design a user-friendly interface for a website or app, you need to understand the meaning of UX and the key components of the UX design process. So, let’s start.