UX Battle of the Week: Sprint vs T-Mobile

UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between Sprint and T-Mobile, some of the largest telecom companies, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience on these websites.

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UX Battle of the Week: Blackboard vs Instructure

The Competitive UX Benchmark Study UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between Blackboard and Instructure, some of the largest education technology providers on the planet, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience…

UX Battle of the Week: Hilton vs Marriott

The Competitive UX Benchmark Study UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between Hilton and Marriott, some of the largest hotel brands on the planet, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience on…

UX Battle of the Week: Bell Canada vs Rogers

UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between Bell Canada and Rogers, some of Canada’s largest telecommunications providers, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience on these websites.

UX Battle of the Week: Ikea vs Made

UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between Ikea and Made, some of the UK’s largest furniture retailers, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience on these websites.

UX Battle of the Week: CIBC vs RBC

UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between CIBC and RBC, some of Canada’s largest banking and financial service providers, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience on these websites.

UX Battle of the Week: DraftKings vs FanDuel

UserZoom ran a quick competitive UX benchmark study between DraftKings and FanDuel, two of the largest fantasy sports contest providers, to see how users experienced navigational and core tasks, as well as how they rated their overall experience on these websites.

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