Understand how users engage with your products or services on a deeper level through eye tracking research. See if your designs work as intended and identify areas for improvement by observing user interaction and visual attention from their perspective.
How eye tracking enhances UX testing
Businesses can’t afford to fall short when it comes to user experience. Leaving consumers frustrated, confused, or disappointed will send them straight into the arms of your competitors. Traditional user testing methods and performance measurements might indicate that there's an issue or barrier for the user, but they don’t explain the ‘why’ or reveal how to fix the problem – while eye tracking does. It lets you to tap into subconscious actions and unarticulated thoughts, allowing you to uncover more about how your design performs.
Select the eye tracking solution that suits your needs and incorporate it into your own UX research. Depending on what you would like to achieve, we offer different setups:
Observe user experience
Explore customer behavior and understand how it influences decisions.
Optimize user experience
Understand interaction in detail to optimize usability and conversions.
"We use a range of tools… and now eye tracking is a huge complement to these. It answers a lot of questions which come up from the other testing methods and even highlights some questions we weren’t aware of. "
UX Lead at Avanza
An online Swedish bank
"Since we integrated eye tracking into our method mix, we have become much more accurate and efficient in illustrating user experiences and proving usability problems."
CEO, GfK SirValUse Consulting
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UX Lead, H&M
Munich Airport Wayfinding Study
Munich Airport wanted to optimize wayfinding within its terminals to improve passenger experience and create an even distribution of business across all shops and restaurants. Eye tracking was used to examine signage along several key routes to answer questions about visitor engagement that data on footfall could not.