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userfly ux capture tool January 13, 2009

Posted by Michael Kowalski in user interface, work.
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userfly captures key strokes and mouse events on a website via javascript for later playback. This does look pretty useful for doing a bit of lightweight usability testing.

Actually, “testing” is putting it a bit strongly: without knowing why the user is on the site it will be a bit anecdotal. They haven’t really got a pricing model sorted out yet, but if you only serve the script to a max of 10 users an hour it is (currently) free.

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