10 Very Useful User Experience Tools to Check Out

Very Useful User Experience ToolsToo many marketers make the critical mistake of creating a website that works for them, rather than a website that works for the customer.

Fortunately, there are plenty of great tools available to help you test and evaluate the user experience on your website.

UX designer is responsible for improving the usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided in the interaction between the user and the product.

User research, prototyping design, user testing, and design collaboration skills is needed for every UX designers. Below are some of the best user experience tools that will help improve your design productivity.

1. UsabilityTools

Usability Tools
UsabilityTools is most widely used UX tools for applying in-page visual analytics across websites and web apps. UsabilityTools lets you build customized behavior flows to see how users progress through your conversion funnel.


2. Marvel

Marvel
Marvel is a web-based app for simple design, prototyping and collaboration. It allows you not only to design user interface and icons with Marvel Canvas but also to upload screens from local, Dropbox and Google Drive to add “hot spots”.


3. XMind

Xmind
XMind relies on visuals for quick comprehension and lets you customize how you outline goals, progress, requirements, and problems.


4. Slack

Slack
Slack is a collaborative tool for keeping it all together. Slack gathers the most common communication tools like Google Drive, Twitter or Dropbox in one place, so the entire team is kept up-to-date. You can make a channel for a project, a topic, a team, or anything—significantly save time on communication between co-workers.


5. Sketch

Sketch

Sketch is made specifically for Mac OS X users to design interfaces, websites, and icons. Sketch works largely like Photoshop and Illustrator, but with more flexibility for UX designers.


6. Mockplus

Mockplus
Mockplus is a desktop based UX tool that can be used to prototype for mobile and web apps quickly. With a singular goal to make the complex simple, Mockplus is an increasingly popular choice, especially for those focused on UX design.


7. UserTesting

UserTesting
User Testing is very important for every websites and apps. Usertesting service works for landing pages, emails, ad, prototypes, live sites, and apps. You can opt to have your test designed by an experienced in-house research team, or have a project manager come on to oversee that you accomplish your goals.


8. Optimizely

Optimizely
Optimizely also makes it easy to test and personalize your website and mobile app. However, Optimizely focuses on A/B testing, so that designers can see how tweaking an interface will affect conversions.


 9. Stylify Me

Stylify Me
Stylify Me allows the designer to research sites efficiently without the need to inspect each element, to be aware of current design trends and inform their design decisions.


10. Color Safe

Colour Safe
Color Safe helps UI/UX designers select color combinations that allow users to read their content regardless of different visual capabilities and screen resolutions.

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