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Passbrains announces winner of Projekt 15-30 prize drawing

Last month, we invited a precisely selected part of our Swiss and German crowd base to participate in the Ideation and Market Insights project for the startup ‚Projekt 15-30’ to assess their unique business model. The project was a great success and we collected 100 submitted questionnaires through our online survey tool. The content of these questionnaires queried the community on their passion...






Test your ideas early and often with wireframes

If you notice in the title of this article there is a “what” and a “how”. What you should do during the design process is to test ideas early and often. A suggestion on how you can do it is by using wireframes. I will explain why and how in this article.

You often hear the term “design thinking” used nowadays when referring to developing products or services. An aspect of design thinking is to go...


A major milestone: Happy 5th anniversary, passbrains!

Five years ago, on 11.11.2011, passbrains emerged as a crowdsourced testing pioneer: we built a powerful web platform and started assembling and curating a diverse and powerful community worldwide. A completely self-financed startup, we continuously expanded our services & solutions portfolio and within a few years we took stage amongst the leading vendors in the crowdsourced testing sector.



Your digital triumph ally: private customer community feedback

Trends emerging from digital transformation are bringing along strong interest in customer experience-driven product development. This is why an increasing number of companies worldwide are enforcing their digital development strategies by collecting insights from online communities made up exclusively from their customer base.

Online customer communities are a source of important real-world...


With passbrains UX studies, only excellence is good enough for your users

Developing a digital product usually implies all eyes focused on usability: directing all efforts towards an intuitive interface and inviting design in order to ensure that users will find their way around easily and effectively. Still, even if usability is outstanding, important parts of user satisfaction may be omitted – resulting in products that don’t fully live up to users’ expectations and...