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DEVELOPING BETTER SOFTWARE TOGETHER WITH USERS

Sustainably involving users into development belongs to the major challenges for flourishing products and services. Succeeding in this, not only quality improves: Loyal relations arise between user and product and hence the base for user driven innovation. Especially the earlier you involve users into the development process, the better your product quality, the more intensive your customer loyalty, the higher your innovation potential!

UserWeave offers you a web based tool for a more efficient software development

A set of different psychologic methods enables your development team to do a simple, individually designable evaluation with an automated interpretation of usability feedback, e.g. in surveys and tests on requirements, designs, icons, mock­-ups and scenarios. Together with you we are working on understanding users much better and even more motivating users to participate actively in the development process. You and your product quality benefit – the more intensive your teams cooperate with users promptly and independently of a particular place, the more you build up centrally accessible knowledge for your project.

UserWeave is as Open Usability Platform open to you for free use and co-­creation

We have pooled our psychologic IT expertise into a field­-tested and aGPL licenced software – you can register here and freely use the open source software as hosted service or perhaps get involved as developer in our open source community. Building up open accessible knowledge we prize very highly and provide this service free of charge for free software projects, such as already for KDE, LibreOffice or OpenUsability. To projects with sensitive data we offer special solutions requiring payment and facilitating the further development of our open infrastructure.

On UserWeave you hence not only build up centrally accessible knowledge for your project with the aid of users, but you also benefit from the cross­-projects openly shared competence and from the collaborative advancements of the Open Usability Platform.