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AdoptWe feel strongly that the industry should be adopting these items. We use them when appropriate on our projects.
There are a couple of usability testing tools that match our preferred ‘guerrilla’ approach. Eye-tracking has long been a useful technique when designing compelling user interfaces, however the equipment and software associated with it is expensive and typically requires the use of specialist firms. Crazy Egg is a cheaper, software-only solution that produces heat maps based on mouse movement. This movement has a strong correlation with gaze, and can be used as a reasonable approximation. Silverback captures not only the screen during a test, but also records the face and voice of the user. This can be invaluable in sharing rich test experiences with the wider development team.
Thoughtworks acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live, and their continued connection to Country. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples were the world's first scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.
As a company, we invite Thoughtworkers to be actively engaged in advancing reconciliation and strengthen their solidarity with the First Peoples of Australia. Since 2019, we have been working with Reconciliation Australia to formalize our commitment and take meaningful action to advance reconciliation. We invite you to review our Reconciliation Action Plan.