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You can try http://clueapp.com/ http://www.bounceapp.com/ http://www.reelapp.com/ all by Zurb, all of them free. They don't have a lot of users though, and quite probably you'll need to try their paid services if you want some real feedback. Otherwise, try 22 Web Design Critique Websites To Help get feedback, although most of the sites listed are dead, ...


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One of the things I do on a daily basis is check out sites like: http://www.awwwards.com/ http://www.cssdesignawards.com/ These sites are updated daily and show trends on web technologies. Others vote on Design, Usability, Creativity and Content for each site and you are able to see what it is that people are working towards.


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On the UX side I typically have the following principles: don't listen to the feedback, look at the problems users share listen to solutions offered but make sure that whatever is used follows the principles of the product goals organizer user feedback so each piece tells a complete story so the analysis is comprehensive Putting my product management hat ...


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From my experience, for in-person research, you should analyze the results of user interviews or tests as soon as possible, using the notes you took during these interviews/tests and revisiting audio or video records based on the notes. (It helps to annotate important notes with a time stamp.) You can link to summaries, notes, or recordings from the analysis ...


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I have found some good products like feedbackerr.com, usabila, usertesting.com and there are others out there. You ultimately will be paying users for their feedback. I think this is a better approach than asking users to 'donate' their time and tell you their opinion. This approach doesn't properly value their time or their opinion- and will result in ...



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