All teams aspire to test their designs and iterate on them. But often iterative testing doesn't happen because running tests is considered too expensive and time-consuming. We aim to change this.
Let’s fast-forward to after your first SoundingBox study. Your data has been collected and you’ve reviewed the responses, which revealed some usability problems. You made some changes to your site or prototype and you want to run the test again with a new batch of participants.
- Go to Manage and Launch.
- Click on the gear icon next to your study.
- Choose Save as Template.
- Click on Saved Templates in the left nav.
- Create a new study based on your template.
# Using Templates
Using the saved template, you can easily re-run the study and see if any design changes you’ve made to your site or prototype impact its usability. After you finish your new study, you can load up both studies side-by-side. In Analyze click on each study tile you want to load. Next click on the Comparison tab. Both studies are now visible.
Comparing Three Studies Side-by-Side
Compare one or more studies side-by-side to see any differences at-a-glance.
# Filters and Iteration
You can also track the performance on a specific task or of a particular demographic group across iterations by applying a filter.
Applying Filters to Support Comparison
You can filter on any question name or category name—across iterations of a study.
SoundingBox was designed with iteration and comparison in mind. Combining iteration with think-aloud, task-based testing is a powerful way to generate insights and improve your designs.