A way to test the UX of an application by displaying one version of it to 50% of the users of the application, and displaying another version to the rest of the users. You then compare how the two versions performed by using metrics such as click through rates, the average time on the site, etc.
I've published several apps on IOS and Android adding flurry to measure the interaction that is happening in those apps, however, I'd love to enhance this interaction and make my apps more useful by ...
I have a few pages to A/B test, and I am looking for the best tools to use for this? Is there a "standard" or favorite industry tool?
There seems to an increasing number of A/B testing services (such as Google Website Optimiser) and people using them. Have you got any tips on using and analysing the results from them?
When trying out new homepage layouts / styles, is A/B testing the best way to do this? With typical A/B tests you have a specific conversion measurement (i.e. version X drives significantly more ...
Short Version If you run an A/B Test, and the results are that there's no difference in your key metric, do you keep the experimental version, or revert the site back to the control? Story Version ...
Many large e-commerce retailers are using "quick views" for products on their collection pages where more details appear either on-hover of via some other trigger. Has anyone performed any A/B tests ...
I am currently optimising an e-commerce website. The request was specific to the product pages, after gaining insight from analytics and feedback two alternatives were proposed, and tested. The ...
is there an (preferrably open-source), web-based tool that basically works like facemash (the predecessor of facebook, where the user would pick one out of two photos chosen randomly out of a pool of ...