Expoze.io is a predictive eye-tracking platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to predict which parts of a design will best grab customers’ attention. More
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Choosing between different visual design options is like a parent trying to choose their favorite kid. (“Fine, the inheritance goes whoever makes me the best PB&J.”)
While studies with real subjects can be helpful, testing designs with real-time models and actual users can be time-consuming and costly.
The good news is, there’s artificial intelligence that can tell you which design will win out with customers—no human input necessary.
Expoze.io is a predictive eye-tracking platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to predict which parts of a design will best grab customers’ attention.
With expoze.io, a self-trained neural net can create eye-tracking heatmaps without human participation or expensive research equipment.
Expoze.io has combined scientific approaches and data from thousands of real eye-tracking studies for extremely accurate heatmap results.
You can then export heatmaps and share the results with the rest of your team or stakeholders for effective design marketing.
Expoze.io uses AI to predict the outcomes of eye-tracking research studies and show results in the form of colorful heatmaps.
So you don’t need to work design tests into your marketing budget anymore, giving you more time to optimize your content strategy plan.
Now you can reduce how long it takes to generate study results and receive near-instant feedback on any asset.
Just like too many chefs in the kitchen doesn’t guarantee a great meal, gathering a bunch of people’s opinions doesn’t guarantee great design. (“So, everyone actually likes…the hot pink polka dots?”)
With expoze.io, you can design with AI on your side—instead of with guessing or subjective opinions!
Start generating AI heatmaps for more efficient content creation.
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