Pidoco @ UX Brighton – A big Thanks to Everybody!
Even if already a few days past, I want to use the fact that Sabrina’s (webnographer.com) event photos are now available on flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamacameraonline/4018600867/) to write a little retrospect of pidoco’s appearance at last year’s UX Brighton.
Last year’s event topic was: ‘Remote User Research – A 360° View’. For that reason, pidoco’s head of product development, Volker Gersabeck, has been invited to hold a speech and present the first and ever Remote Usability Tester with which you can test clickable wireframes online and in real time.
Even though still in beta at that time, we got some great feedback and many signups for closed beta trials. The effective combination of wireframing tool and usability software suite with out of the box technology for expert reviews and real time remote usability testing (including one-to-one sessions with shared screens, integrated audio, recording and annotation features etc.) was just convincing. And what the audience really liked was the fact that pidoco is 100% web-based and you do not need to install any software infrastructure. It’s right plug and play with almost pay as you use short term subscriptions (monthly).
But actually I just wanted to say thanks for all the positive feedback like: ‘I have to admit I only tried Pidoco° very briefly at UX Brighton last week, but I was impressed with what I saw’ and wanted to let you know that we still have the free trial online.