The Scientific Method is the only method of measuring cause and effect. This is known as an Experiment, which tests that your change will cause a predictable effect on the user's outcome.
Qualitative Research Methods tell us why with low certainty while experimental methods tell us if we should, with high certainty. We combine them both.
Using the highest level of evidence is critical in Product Development to prevent making costly decisions, such as building the wrong feature.
Pairing up an Experiment with Contextual Qualitative Feedback helps get you the insights you need to investigate your hypothesis further.
The fastest way to figure out what works for your users.
If we had Samelogic in the early days of building Pinterest, we would have gotten to where we needed to be a lot faster.
Founding Engineer @ Pinterest
Time it takes to implement and launch a Painted Door.
Product People said they built the right things when using Painted Doors.
Know what to build, quickly. Save a ton for your budget.
Painted doors are non-functional but visual features that are placed in products to measure interest such as conversion rates and feedback. We provide the infrastructure to quickly do this.
Only 10% of Product Teams are using Painted Doors as they’re difficult to implement. We exist to make this an order of magnitude easier for every Product Team who wants to use them.
Painted Doors are perfect for testing almost any mockup idea you have with your real users. Do you have a specific Use Case that you’d need a template for? Let’s Chat.
We allow users to enroll themselves into the experiment and inform them of a possible time the experiment will go live but won’t say exactly when.
The better way to figure out what works for your users.
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