MockFlow updates
MockFlow updates

Launching 'User Testing' in MockFlow




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Design, when backed by research, always produces a better product. User testing is an essential research part of the product design process that helps to validate your designs with real users who form your target audience.

There are multiple junctures in the product design journey where you develop more than one variation for your design - be it the logo, icon, hero text, typography, design layouts, and many more. These are often discussed within the team, and the decisions are made.

With User testing, you can now involve real users and get to know what appeals more to them and helps you make a choice based on actual quantitative data. This type of test is called Preference Testing.

You can now conduct user testing for your designs without leaving MockFlow. Be it the UI drawings you have created within Wireframe editor or any design asset images.

Currently User Testing supports only Preference test. More test types are in the pipeline and will be released shortly.

Here are some important points in User Testing powerup:

Customized welcome and thank you message

It is important to let the users know the background of any user test. You can add this in the welcome message so that you brief the users before they take the test. Also, you can configure if you want to collect the user information before the test or leave it anonymous

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Add upto 6 variations for each question

Each preference test type block has a question and an option to attach the wireframe pages as variations or upload images from your system. There can be a maximum of 6 variations presented to the user. The order of the images are randomized when it is presented to the users, so that users are not biased to the first or the last choice.


Analyze responses and reports

Once the test is published and the responses start coming in, you can analyze them from right inside the power-up. There is not much probe required with the Preference test, as you can directly see which variation was the top choice among the users. Also, you can analyse if it was a clear winner or is in close competition with another. You can also filter each user’s response to understand any pattern among the different questions in one test. And, what more? You can share the results with your team by adding them to your design space or creating a separate public link for the same.


User testing involves many other methods such as survey test, click test and more. We will adding support to these test types too in the power-up soon.