Having issues or questions to the Preely platform? You can find answers to most asked questions below.
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Create your prototype
Before you can build a test you need to have a prototype to build it from.
Creating a prototype does not need to be complicated at all. In fact, prototypes can take many forms. Think of it as a layout mock-up and start building from there.
Create your test
We have designed the platform to be as flexible as possible. This means that you can design the exact test you need. However, we know this can be quite overwhelming, so we have made guidelines for the most common user tests, these can be found in the menu.
Create : Build your first test
Share your test
Depending on what type of test you want, a good guideline is to aim for five participants as a starting point for getting insight into your product. When you want to start measuring usability and UX metrics and maybe calculate basic statistics, you should consider having 15 participants or more, read more about number of participants here.
Share via link or share your test directly through your own test panel. Build recruitment pages that are customized for your target audience. This positively affects the conversion rate of test requests. Read more about building recruitment pages and creating your own test panel here.
Share : Setup your test
Analyse your test
Preely offers a diverse number of data points, data visualizations and calculations. However, you always have the opportunity of downloading all your results as CSV files, if you want to dig deeper into your results or make more advanced statistics.
Decide : Understanding Analytics & Feedback
Q: What can I test?
A: You can test ideas, concepts and digital prototypes – from drawings made on a napkin or white board to interactive prototypes made in Adobe XD, Figma, InVision Cloud and Sketch.
Q: What can I measure?
A: You can measure most usability and UX metrics both performance metrics and self-reported metrics, see here.
Q: Can I use Preely for moderated tests?
A: Yes. Many of our customers use Preely for moderated tests. They run the test via their preferred online meeting tool and use Preely for running the test and tracking performance metrics.
Q: Can I use Preely for tests of physical products?
A: You can. However, this is a field we do not have much knowledge about yet. We are running a research study together with Lego and Aalborg University to understand what’s needed for this.
Q: Can I run tests on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone?
A: Yes, we support all three.
Q: Which prototyping tools do you integrate with?
A: We integrate with Adobe XD, Figma and Sketch via plugins, and InVision Cloud via link.
Q: Can I import artboards after I have set up my tasks and questions?
A: Yes, no worries.
Q: Can I build a prototype in Preely?
A: Yes, you can build an interactive prototype in Preely via picture upload, grabbing a URL or importing artboards from Adobe XD, Figma, Sketch, or InVision Cloud.
Q: Can I test working code?
A: You can if you are testing websites. For apps, embedded software, etc. it’s unfortunately not possible.
Q: Can I create flows depending on participant’s answers in the test?
A: Not yet, but it’ll be supported medio 2021.
Q: Can I subscribe on a monthly basis?
A: Yes, you can choose either monthly or annual subscription.
Q: Can I recruit test participants via Preely?
A: Yes, we have access to test participants. We segment on basic demographics (age, location, gender…)
Q: Can I recruit testers directly to my test panel?
A: Yes, you just need to have either Pro, Team or Enterprise subscription.
Q: Is downloading a test app a show stopper for the test participants?
A: Sometimes it is. We are solving this by introducing a progressive web app spring 2021.
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