Want to earn extra money by testing websites and apps?

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Have you ever had trouble using a website or app? Or did you get frustrated because you could not find certain information? Then you are not alone!

At User Sense we believe that the times when you could expect users to make a tremendous effort to use your website or app are over. Our aim is to help software to be more human and to empower people of all backgrounds to use the internet. 

Do you want to do usability testing and get paid? Then make sure to sign up today! 

The benefits of working as a usability tester at User Sense are:

  • Get paid 15 EUR paid for a 20-minute test
  • Decide for yourself where and when you do a usability test
  • Use your own desktop, laptop or mobile phone
  • Be part of an ambitious start-up 
  • Contribute to a world where everyone can reap the benefits of the internet

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How to get started

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More than 3000 testers have signed up this year.

Create an account

Kickstart the registration process and create an account in less than 2 minutes.

Do a qualification test

To ensure that our software works on your devices, we ask you to do a short usability test.

Join the club!

Get added to our pool of testers after we have reviewed your qualification test as good.

Most frequently asked questions

Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions. Make sure you read it carefully so that you know where you stand.

Usability testing allows companies to see their own website, app or prototype through the eyes of the end user.

During a usability test, users perform a number of tasks (e.g. placing an order or finding a contact number). During the test, the tester thinks aloud and gives feedback where necessary.

The ultimate aim of usability testing is to identify usability issues so that business can create websites and apps that people enjoy to use. 

After you have been admitted to the User Sense respondent pool, you can perform paid usability tests.

If you choose to complete the questionnaire during the registration procedure, you will be paid 15 euro per test. If you choose not to complete the questionnaire, you will receive 10 euro per test.

On average, a usability test takes 20 minutes to complete. 

The number of tests to which you are invited is highly dependent on the type of respondents our clients are looking for. You can increase your chances of getting invited for usability tests by filling out the questionnaire in the registration process.

To get started as a tester at User Sense you will need a desktop, laptop or mobile phone with Android or IOS. It is important that you are clearly visible and speak clearly during the usability tests.

By conducting usability tests as a tester, you provide companies with insight into how users use their products. By doing so, it becomes clear what works, what does not work and how websites and apps need to be adjusted in order to serve their audience better. 

Once you have completed the registration procedure and have been admitted to the User Sense respondent pool, you can perform paid usability tests.

The moment you accept and have performed a paid usability test, it is then evaluated by our quality assurance team. The team checks whether the video meets our quality guidelines. If our team decides that the video has met our quality guidelines, payment will be processed withing five working days (via bank transfer in Euro).

Yes, of course!

Signing up as a usability tester at User Sense is without obligation. We will keep you informed when tests are available, but it is up to you to decide whether you accept the assignment. 

We aim to assess the qualification tests within five working days.

When our qualification team has reviewed the test, we will inform you via email. The video is assessed on the quality criteria of User Sense.

More than 3000 testers joined in 2020

Together with over 3000 respondents we help business create websites and apps that are truly user-friendly. Having started in The Netherlands, we are now preparing to go global. Curious what other respondents think about us? Read our reviews on Google