Verify from ZURB Helps Test Out Design Ideas

ZURB is one of the workplaces that we recently featured at WorkAwesome, and one of the things that they are known for is their slew of applications designed to help people become more awesome at what they do.  Today ZURB has launched a new service named Verify, which allows basically anyone putting together a web product or site – the ability to get user feedback on what they put out on the web.

The web is a platform that allows for quick and easy changes, and what Verify aims to do is offer a toolkit for those who are designing for the web that can gauge resonance and performance. Analytics and SEO are only part of the equation – how a website looks and feels is incredibly important, especially when trying to get visitors to your site in the era of Web 2.0 — and beyond.

Through a series of tests offered to the end-user, Verify compiles the results that the design teams can choose to act upon – whether through immediate changes or just to use as things to keep in mind. The beauty about the service is that it allows for quick and easy testing, with results that can be made actionable right away.


Verify’s pricing structure starts at $9 per month for the basic features of the service to $29 per month for Verify Premium – the latter of which offers reports that take into account demographics and allows for one to link multiple tests together. There is a 30 day trial to whet your appetite – so give Verify a try today and see if it is just the thing that will take your website’s look and feel to the next level.

Watch for an interview with ZURB’s Chief Instigator, Bryan Zmijewski, for more on ZURB and Verify in the coming days.

Mike Vardy an editor on Work Awesome. We could tell you where his personal productivity parody site, Eventualism and all of his other projects reside on the web, but you'd be best served going to and following the trail of virtual bread crumbs from there.


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