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"Picture-in-Picture, in the context of usability and user testing, refers to the simultaneous recording of the participant who is undertaking the interactions, and the screen that the participant is interacting with. It allows you to ensure the participant providing you feedback is actually your target Persona. It provides a rich set of contextual insights. And it adds perceptual depth to the UX insights generated by your user experience test session.
Almost 500,000 participants, from around the world, segmented by demographic filters and behavioural screeners to enable you to select the most relevant target Personas for your user experience tests.
Userlytics was the 1st company in 2009 to offer webcam + screen + audio recording of participants in remote unmoderated user testing sessions. And it remains one of the few platforms capable of doing so today. It is the only platform to incorporate branching logic into qualitative unmoderated UX test scripts. It is one of the few platforms that combines online qualitative video based participant session recording with quantitative data such as time on task, success/failure, system usability scale and other metrics. Also one of the few platforms to enable screen blocking during sensitive moments in the test journey to protect personal identifiable information (PII Protection). It combines a state of the art platform (annotations, highlight reels, transcription...) with a global participant panel, both B2B and B2C, including narrow Persona targets defined through demographic filters and behavioural screeners. With a QA review process to ensure you only receive the best and most insightful feedback.
Also, Userlytics allows you to combine Information Architecture techniques, such as Card Sorting and Tree Testing, as additional steps in a Usability and User Experience test
Unmoderated user testing has the advantage of scalability, whereas moderated usability testing has the advantage of personalization. Branching logic allows you to create personalized test scripts that depend upon the actions and responses of each participant, and combines the scalability of unmoderated UX testing with the personalization of moderated usability testing.