Find the idea that works with pairLab.
We’ve all been in that room with those stakeholders. You have a vision. The problem is, each has their own view of what’s important. Sound familiar? It happens to all of us:
"I need to know what my customers want." Whether you’re a lean-and-mean startup building that killer app, a dev team looking to define MVP or a seasoned product manager trying to build your roadmap, the stakes are too high for guessing.
"I need to know what my customers want from my brand." Marketers need to find the right message and gauge their reputation. But what if different customer groups perceive your brand differently? Trial and error is an expensive process.
"I need to find the right topics for my event." Organizing a conference or summit is a lot of work. You have to line up the right speakers to fill seats with attendees. But how do you find out what your attendees want to learn, or how does your committee accurately rank session proposals? Simple voting isn’t good enough.
"I need to know what I don’t know." Open-ended surveys uncover lots of ideas. Too bad they're a nightmare to analyze. Closed-ended surveys are easy to analyze but leave out up to 60% of possible ideas. If only there was an analytics tool that did the best of both.
"I need to find hidden opportunities." Stakeholders want one thing, but do they align with customers? Finding the areas of misalignment can unearth new opportunities (and help avoid costly mistakes).
"I don’t have a lot of time and money to spend." Customer studies take a long time and cost thousands of dollars. Or do they?
With a pairLab expairiment, you have the power to bring stakeholders to your side. pairLab finds what your customers want and by how much, helps you hone your messaging, uncovers new ideas and opportunities, prioritizes needs, and does it quickly and cost effectively. A pairLab expairiment:
into simple pairs that are easy for people to judge
that are fed back into the expairiment
of their importance to participants
of different segments and demographic groups
and quick to complete
about what's important and what's not
Click on a screenshot to see pairLab in action.
Christian Knoebel works at Princeton. He created pairLab as a tool to help him develop digital products and services for work. Here's how he used it to create an intranet for his university colleagues.
Get two pairLab expairiments on us. Use them to find MVP or a product name or anything where you have lots of choices and no clear way forward. You will be amazed at the results.