What's the test about?
As the test page itself states, it consists in showing an image of the front page of the Teamness website for 5 seconds. Then the visitor is asked to fill in 5 of the things she/he remembers. It's a quick technique for evaluation the impact of your web pages. And it's also fun.
The results of the test
2: easy collaboration
5: orange colour
1: screenshot to right
2: how to get started
3: teamness logo with small dots
4: layout breakdown - 2 upper half
1: a project management application
2: top menu
3: two columns design
4: some pictures and text
1: teamness logo upper left made of tiles
2: screenshot of a web interface upper right
3: sign up button, big - suggestive
4: the word 'easy' in a title
5: pleasant color scheme, good use of nonintrusive fonts
1: easy online colaboration for teams
1: easy project collaboration tools
4: blue, red
What do the results say?
The test doesn't tell much, but if in 5 seconds you manage to transmit your site's message to the viewer, then it's more probable you'll have the user for longer on your website. The longer it takes a visitor to understand what your site is about, the higher the chance of leaving the page.
Some of the conclusions are:
- The word Easy stands out.
- Collaboration is also observed, but it's not always put together with Easy, as desired.
- The term Project is not noticeable, meaning that the idea of Easy online project collaboration needs more than 5 seconds to get into the mind of the user.
- The name of the service, Teamness, is easy to remember and to make note of it.
- The colors are noticeable in connection with the service.