Hey everyone! Jonathan here, co-founder at Maze.
On March 7th, Maze marked its first anniversary. During the past twelve months, our primary goal was to make user testing easy and available to everyone.
Maze 2.0 delivers on that promise better than ever.
Here’s what’s new: unlimited collaborators, tester credits, an instantly generated report with all your user testing results, and more!
We want Maze to be the research platform that helps you test and validate design ideas before jumping into development. We believe that user testing data should be at the center of any design choice.
We also have exciting things coming in the upcoming year:
- Rich testing: ask questions, ratings, SUS and much more during the Maze process
- Multiple paths: create multiple success paths for your missions
- Custom report: choose how you want data to be displayed before sharing your report
- New prototyping tools integrations
Love it! Which prototyping tools are supported right now?
We currently support InVision, Marvel & Sketch prototypes :)
Any chance to include Adobe XD in the future?
We're working with the Adobe team on making this happen: goal is 2019 but we don't have a more specific ETA yet :)
Can not hunt for Heather. Because Prototyp isn't Working on Safari 12.0.1
Oh, sorry to hear that and thanks for reporting: investigating!
Awesome! Definitely going to give it a shot soon.
@jonathan One a side note, what were the 3D animations on the site created with? I'm looking for an easy way to add 3D motion to a design. 3DS Max, Cinema 4D, etc. seem to have a pretty big learning curve.
Hey Ashish, all the animations where created using a mix of Cinema4D and After Effects by the amazing Romain Briaux (https://dribbble.com/romainbriaux). Feel free to reach out!
When is Figma integration coming?
Hey there Mauricio!
We love Figma, and are planning on supporting it in 2019, but don't have a more precise ETA yet. Stay tuned!
Thanks Jonathan. I will.
Whoa - very close to my Code Climate logo design from 2011.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Glad to see the shapes still work!
Hey Steve, as mentioned on Twitter, I designed Maze's logo and can honestly say that I’ve never seen your logo before.
It's two very basic shapes, ours represent the letter M (for Maze) and also a Maze (well... for Maze).
I like your logo as well tho, nice work!