You can easily display images or prototype screens next to a question. This can be helpful to:
- Design surveys: Use this technique to conduct surveys while showing your designs to users. You can collect open-ended user feedback by asking what users think about a particular screen or design.
- Test visual or graphical elements: You can also use images to test if an illustration, an image, an icon, etc., evokes the right reaction from users. Visual elements are essential aspects of design; it's important to validate them with users allows you to know if they're appealing and bring your message home.
- Analyze copy in a design: You can also use images when testing the copy on a page. For instance, you can identify if your copy works or if it's easy to understand by asking participants to read the text and then say what they think the page is about. Similarly, you can ask how the copy makes them feel by identifying what words spring to mind when they first see a design.
You can add images to the following block types:
- Open Question
- Opinion Scale
- Multiple Choice
- Context Screen
- 5-Second Test
- Welcome and Thank you screens (Pro and Organization plans only)
Before you start
- When uploading images, Maze supports GIF, PNG, and JPG files.
- The maximum image size is 1 MB.
Displaying images next to a question
- Open the relevant block in your draft maze.
- Toggle the Image switch on.
- Depending on how you've set up your maze, you have one or two options:
- Upload image: In all cases, you can upload an image from your device. Maze supports GIF, PNG, and JPG files. The maximum image size is 1 MB.
- Browse prototype: If you've linked a prototype to the maze, you can also pick a screen to use as an image.
If you want to see what the maze looks like before publishing, click Preview on the top menu of the maze builder. Learn more about previewing your mazes
In the user testing interface, the image will appear next to the question.
- Why can't I add an image to a block in Maze when using Chrome on macOS?
- Why do I see a "Testers won't be able to load this prototype on mobile" warning when importing my Figma prototype?
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