Sean Kinney

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  • How your Usability Score is calculated

    The usability scores in your maze report are not intended as an interpretation of the design, but as a way to measure the ease of use of the screens, missions, and maze. The usability score is an e...

  • What languages does Maze support for testing pages?

    The language of the testing pages is automatically set based on the tester's browser preference. If your tester uses their browser in Spanish, the test UI will automatically be shown in Spanish. Ho...

  • Adding parameters to your maze URL

    Maze allows you to record custom metadata on individual sessions by adding parameters to your maze URL. Use cases Parameters can be used for: Tester identification. If you already know who your te...

  • Importing an Adobe XD prototype

    You can use your prototypes from Adobe XD in Maze for testing by installing our plugin and generating a prototype link that can be imported into Maze. This document will walk you through installing...

  • Maze results

    As testers complete your live maze, you will start seeing insights on the Results dashboard. If you haven't sent your maze live yet, or if you've disabled Tester Tracking in your link options, no i...

  • Known limitations of our integration for Adobe XD

    As of this moment, there are a number of known limitations with our integration for Adobe XD that we are tracking. Interaction triggers At this time we only support the Tap interaction trigger. The...

  • Best practices for writing tasks

    A mission is a task your testers will have to complete. To create a mission, you have to define the task, a description, and the expected path(s) inside a prototype. The task defines the user goal...

  • Stopping your maze from collecting new results

    When you're done testing, you might want to close access to it, or temporarily suspend testing while you analyze the results. In this article: What happens when I stop recording new results? Stop ...

  • A guide to click heatmaps in Maze

    Click heatmaps give you insight into your testers' behavior in your prototype screens. In this article: What are click heatmaps in Maze? Aggregated heatmaps vs. tester heatmaps Filtering the infor...

  • Present an image with a 5-Second Test

    A 5-Second test allows you to add a static image to present to your testers. The 5-Second test is a great way to test user recall, measuring what information users take away, and what impressions t...