TryMyUI is a site that can be used to acquire feedback on web software usability from users. Try My UI will find targeted demographics from a customizable testing pool size to rate a user interface. The testing provides a video of people using the web site for specific tasks, with the screen, mouse movements, keystrokes, and voiced narration by the testers giving an opinion on the product. The RESTful TryMyUI API accepts HTTP GET and POST requests to require customer use test information, view active test data, send crash reports, aquire tokens for users to request access with the TryMyUI server, retrieve tasks for a test, return a worker's information, and more. All responses from the API are in JSON. The TryMyUI service requires per-survey costs or monthly subscriptions, and can be used with enterprises who intend to source from their own user-base.
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