User Testing Is Coming To Marvel

Posted 8 months ago by Naomi Francis

We’re excited to announce the first of our major releases in 2019 that will transform how you use Marvel and validate your ideas.

Our goal is to bring core parts of the design process into Marvel, creating a centralised hub for starting and validating ideas, right the way through to handing off to developers.

That’s why we’ve built User Testing directly into the Marvel platform! In just a few clicks you can connect with users and record, replay and analyse how they interact with your designs and prototypes.


We spoke to hundreds of teams and found that in companies both big and small, there’s a huge need for research and testing to become part of everyone’s role.

We believe that democratisation is the future of design and research, we want to empower everyone with the ability to validate ideas at speed and scale. The result is shipping better solutions, faster than ever.

What’s in store:

Research doesn’t have to take time and effort to setup, we’ve created the right features to make sure you get the quantitative and qualitative results you need to iterate and succeed. Whether you do your own research or have a dedicated team, you’ll love Marvel User Testing.

We’re rolling out the beta of User Testing to customers soon, visit our dedicated page to request early access, plus get notified of feature previews and upcoming webinars.

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