It’s been a busy start to the year in the UsabilityHub office, and today we’re releasing a collection of updates we’ve been working on for you.
The most obvious thing you’ll notice is a tidy new design. The new sidebar helps you jump between tests faster, filter tests, and view your sets, all in one place.
We’ve also made some improvements to our handling of test variations and sets, making it easier to group your tests, recruit your own testers, and control who sees which tests.
Variations now allow you to choose meaningful names for variation sets (eg. “Homepage options”), and for each variation within it (eg. “Long form content”, “Big header image”, “Emphasise social proof”) instead of simple numbered variations.
You can now duplicate tests, making it easier to re-run tests on new designs. This is particularly handy for UX consultants who often run the same tests for their clients. Just duplicate an old test and switch out the image.
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback, so get in touch if you have any suggestions for us: firstname.lastname@example.org