Join the UX Brigade!

Julie Grundy, Senior UX Designer

Julie Grundy, Senior UX Designer

Willing to share your thoughts on our user experience? Have a few minutes to give us your input on what’s most important to you in the Bronto Marketing Platform? Then we want to hear from you!

Our user experience (UX) design team is working hard to enhance the Bronto Marketing Platform. We value the experience and insight of our users and want to invite you to give us your feedback with a brief, informal chat.

To participate in the UX Brigade, you don’t need to prepare anything ahead of time. Just take our call and have fun with it.

What to Expect

Each session with the UX team can be slightly different, but they’ll all typically include one of the following activities:

User Interview

As part of our research on a specific area of the platform – the message editor, for example – we’ll ask you a few simple questions about your experience with it so far. This is typically a 30-minute call.

Usability Test

The name is misleading – it isn’t a test at all! Usability testing is simply a way to evaluate future product decisions by testing ideas with current Bronto users. During the “test,” we’ll send you to a design concept and ask you to complete a couple of tasks. The goal is to uncover any problems or issues before development work begins. This is typically a 30-minute WebEx meeting.

Survey or Exercise

Occasionally, we’ll provide a survey or short exercise that helps us answer some outstanding questions. These activities will come to your inbox in the form of a link – no meeting required!

How to Get Involved

If you’d like to become part of an influential group that will help shape the future of the Bronto Marketing Platform, join the UX Brigade! Simply fill out the short form, and someone from the UX team will be in touch within a couple of weeks to set up an interview.

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