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January 12, 2015

Ferpection Manifesto for user value

The Internet can enable magic, in everyday life as in those more unique moments. But when websites and mobile applications don't live up to our expectations, we feel alienated by technology.
We've been creating and testing websites and apps. We've witnessed the increasing pain of testing in the Internet jungle. 
We founded Ferpection to provide a more human way of testing websites and mobile applications. We call this crowdsource optimization:
  • Optimization because we seek continuous improvement. 
  • Crowdsourced because only a certified testing community can test in real conditions and provide the freshness that creators will lack after months of hard work. 

We help companies deliver value for users so that it transforms back into business value. By building this bridge between users and creators of sites and mobile applications, we aim to grow the value of the Internet.
Since this first manifesto, we came a long way and opened our collaborations to omnichannel projects as well as customer knowledge beyond usability tests. Nothing could please us more than having you visit our resources center where you will discover our new UX research manifesto :-)

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Thibault Geenen

Thibault Geenen

Thibault is fascinated by the power of UX, especially user research and nowadays the UX for Good principles. As an entrepreneur, he's a huge fan of liberated company principles, where teammates give the best through creativity without constraints. A science-fiction lover, he remains the only human being believing that Andy Weir's 'The Martian' is a how-to guide for entrepreneurs.

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