GoodUI Datastories

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GoodUI Datastories is a new service that promises to provide companies with tried and tested UI concepts. Not every company has the time, resources and sheer number of users required to do proper A/B testing.

GoodUI Datastories tries to alleviate this problem by sharing ideas and UX patterns that have been proven to work for others, e.g.:

Try Smaller Commitments instead of one big one.

The service allows users to submit their ideas including screenshots and traffic / conversion data as evidence the idea really works.

If you’ve always wanted make use of A/B testing and a validated learning approach but couldn’t because your sample size simply is too small GoodUI Datastories might be the right place to get started.

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