Eyetracking

ClickTest

September 7, 2011

ClickTest allows three types of tests that you can perform on your page. To get started, you’ll want to create a screenshot of your web page and put it into a .jpg or other image file format. Then, you can conduct these tests: “Fivesecondtest” — In this test, you show the web page to the user […]

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EyeQuant

September 5, 2011

EyeQuant is a patent-pending neurotechnology that helps you optimize user attention on your websites. It predicts within seconds where users will look and what users will see, enabling rapid and cost-efficient conversion optimization. In contrast to other approaches, EyeQuant delivers more than 90% of an Eye-Tracking study’s performance and is based on a decade of institutional academic research with over 400 human subjects. […]

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Feng-GUI.com

September 1, 2011

Feng-GUI uses software to analyze uploaded images and provide image owners with heat maps, symmetry analysis, and focal center/attention information. Their software does not track mouse movement or clicks (instead relying on a predictive algorithm), and the free version does not offer face or text detection. Price ranges from free for a standard heat map […]

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3M Visual Attention Service

September 1, 2011

VAS accurately indicates what design elemnts people are most likely to notice in the first 3 to 5 seconds. url: https://vas.3m.com/

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GazeHawk

September 1, 2011

Study participants view your page and track their gaze with GazeHawk’s software. You get heatmaps which show how the users interacted with your site. url: http://www.gazehawk.com/

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