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We recruit your test users
For Remote and In-House Usability Tests

From a pool of 20,000+ test users. Become a test user.
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How it works

1. Define your target group

Define your target group from a variety of attributes like age, gender etc. We will find your exact profile from our large international test user database.

2. Set a date

Tell us how and when you plan to do user testing. We provide you a test user line up and make sure the right person is available at the right time.

3. Run your tests

Validate your prototype and design with our test users. You will discover many important usability problems which helps you build an awesome product.

What does it cost

Light

3 Test Users per Order

Perfect for a quick validation of your concept and prototype.

starts from
CHF 150
Price includes VAT Order now

Premium

7 Test Users per Order

Increase the statistical relevance by using 7 test users. 95% of the usability problems will be discovered.

starts from
CHF 350
Price includes VAT Order now

A few of our amazing Clients

Adecco Group
Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil
Ginetta Web Design
CLS Communications
Sunrise
Viewster

Remote vs. In-House

We recruit test users for Remote and In-House Usability Tests. Below comparison matrix helps you compare and pick the right test method.

Remote In-House
Face to face Use Skype to run a moderated remote user test. Test users will come to your office/location for the test.
Natural environment Test users use their own computer from their home during the test. Your test environment may be artificial to test users and possibly influence the results.
Costs This is the most inexpensive way to do user testing. You pay additional travel costs per test user.
Paper Prototype Requires to scan, upload and link a paper prototype. Recommended method to test a paper prototype.
Interactive Click Prototype Test users share their screen via Skype / join.me and you watch them use it. Recommended for prototypes which are not available online or confidential.
Interactive Touch Prototype Your prototype will be tested through the browser using a mouse. You can prepare your device and watch them use it next to you.
Face to face
Use Skype to run a moderated remote user test.
Test users will come to your office/location for the test.
Natural environment
Test users use their own computer from their home during the test.
Your test environment may be artificial to test users and possibly influence the results.
Costs
This is the most inexpensive way to do user testing.
You pay additional travel costs per test user.
Paper Prototype
Requires to scan, upload and link a paper prototype.
Recommended method to test a paper prototype.
Interactive Click Prototype
Test users share their screen via Skype / join.me and you watch them use it.
Recommended for prototypes which are not available online or confidential.
Interactive Touch Prototype
Your prototype will be tested through the browser using a mouse.
You can prepare your device and watch them use it next to you.

About us

We offer TestingTime to support Interaction Designers, Product Owners and Usability Experts to get real user feedback early and often. We offer a large, diverse and international pool of test users.

Reto
Reto Lämmler
Founder and CEO
58rocks GmbH
Reto started TestingTime at the beginning of 2013. He owns a MAS in HCID and a BS in Computer Science. Besides TestingTime, Reto also provides his expertise as Interaction Designer and Usability Consultant to companies. Prior to TestingTime, Reto worked as VP Product Management at Doodle.
Rahel
Rahel Vils
CoFounder and Head of Design
Virtually Handmade GmbH
Rahel is a Visual Designer from head to toe. She joined Reto on the TestingTime journey since the beginning. With her own Virtually Handmade GmbH, Rahel also provides her Visual Design expertise to startups and companies in and around Zurich. She started her career at namics AG.
Luk
Lukas von Blarer
CoFounder and CTO
attribute gmbh
Luk is a gifted web developer who translates beautiful designs into running code. His secret weapon is Drupal. He joined TestingTime as their CTO in the Summer of 2013. Besides TestingTime, Luk develops and operates websites for several customers with his own Motor Productions GmbH.