Heatmap tools

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Design Head, Aditya Birla Health

Filter with various gestures and interaction types

  • Filter out gestures like taps, rage taps,
    and long press on the screen.

  • Differentiate interactions with UI
    freezes, and non-responsive.

  • Explore heatmaps for various
    segments.

Quick access to screens and recordings with issues

  • Access related session recordings by
    clicking on a heatmap area.

  • Scroll and quickly navigate to any
    screen with issues.

  • Search for any screen by its
    name.

Make data-driven UI optimizations

  • Check if the UI design serves the
    purpose for users.

  • Test user interaction with different
    designs and elements.

  • Improve understanding of your
    quantitative data.

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Learn about heatmap tools

What are heatmap tools?
A heatmap tool is a user interaction analysis solution for UI. It uses a color to indicate where most interactions occurred. Usually, the color ranges from green to red as the interaction intensity increases.
How does a heatmap tool work?
Heatmap tools provide SDK or script which needs to be integrated with the app and made live. The heatmap data for all interactions on every screen is collected by the SDK or script and reproduced on top of the screen UI.
What can you analyze from heatmap tools?
Using heatmap tools, you can analyze what elements on the UI get the most user attention.
Pros and cons of heatmap tools
Pros:
- Fast UI interaction and issue analysis
- Design testing need not rely completely on user feedback
- Enables process of continuous design optimization

Cons:
- Heatmap data alone is never adequate
How to choose the best heatmap tool?
The best heatmap tools give you a deeper understanding of user behavior and not limit itself to interactions. So it can have solutions like filters, segmentation, and features for analysing issues. The tool must never compromise on security and privacy.
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