Instantly create AI heatmaps with the most eye-catching parts of your design. AI heatmaps are a visual representation of data that helps you determine whether users view and observe certain elements.
The algorithm uses warm-to-cold colours to display which areas get more attention. For example, areas attracting the most attention receive warmer colours like red and yellow.
Define an Area of Interest (AOI) that you want to test. In no time, get an exact percentage of attention that object receives.
AOIs represent objects (e.g. call-to-action buttons) that you want to test in the design.
Even though our algorithm recognizes CTA buttons automatically, other AOIs can be set by you.
Attention Insight algorithms can already recognize CTA buttons automatically and provide an exact Percentage (%) of Attention that button received.
Moreover, our algorithms will automatically recognize and test key objects such as images and headlines in the future.
Make sure that users see the most critical elements of your designs.
Focus Map shows which parts of your design are noticed or missed within the first 3-5 seconds. If users can’t find what they are looking for within seconds, they’re gone.
Your design must answer three questions:
Answers to these questions should be visible in the focus map.
See your design analysis explained in detail with Attention Insight Report Feature.
Attention Insight report delivered in PDF format shows the following: introduction to the technology, Focus Map (shows which parts of your design are noticed or missed within the first 3-5 seconds), Clarity Score (clarity of your design in percentage), Attention Heatmap (shows design’s the most eye-catching parts through warm-to-cold colors), and Percentage of Attention (a percentage that each object in your design receives).
Understand all the metrics easily, get tips on how to improve your designs, and edit reports upon your needs. An editable report in PPTX format is now *available! (*Custom plan)
Compare your designs and see which solutions will perform better.
This feature lets you easily see the change in attention heatmap and focus map, as well as spot the percentage of attention and clarity score differences. Use it all in the A / B testing process and be doubtless about your design decisions.
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