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Introducing Maze Templates

Introducing Maze Templates, Maze

Introducing Templates 🎉 Our new library of 50+ pre-built user tests and surveys ready for you to copy, customize and share with your own users.

We're super excited to have collaborated with a number of designers, researchers and content strategists to build our library so you can run the tests used by experts. This means less time spent crafting questions and faster time to insights 🚀

Our Template library houses mazes for everything; from content and usability testing, idea and concept validation to feedback and satisfaction surveys.

Join us on Product Hunt to celebrate the launch 👉

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Senior Director of People Selected as People Hero of the Month

Senior Director of People Selected as People Hero of the Month

Our Senior Director of People is selected by Ben as the People Hero of the month. Check out the full article for her take on current trends in the people space: “Let’s have tough conversations in the open, let’s work to find common ground, and let’s celebrate the things that make us unique and different. Let’s see them as an advantage rather than a disadvantage.”

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Meet the Founder and CEO of Maze: Jonathan Widawski

Meet the Founder and CEO of Maze: Jonathan Widawski

Veteran designer Jonathan Widawski may just have uncovered the best new way to test products before taking them live. Maze is Jonathan’s second venture as a founder, and the company is empowering product designers, managers and marketers at more than 40,000 companies to test, learn, and act rapidly before they go to market. The company’s partners include world leaders such as Figma, Adobe XD, InVision, Marvel and Sketch. Jonathan’s background is in UX design, and he saw firsthand how ineffective and expensive traditional user research was. “You spend five weeks trying to find five people that are willing to come to your office and spend full day telling you what they think about something, then ultimately you create a report that your clients don’t care about, because it's only five data points that are very limited, and the whole thing costs $40 - $50k.” It was while working in one of his previous ventures, gaming startup, that Jonathan stumbled upon the idea that Maze is based on. He had a mailing list of thousands and wanted to test prototypes and features of certain products to see the willingness of people to use them. He ended up customizing a testing solution based off the prototype of another program and it worked really well. “We sent out the first test to 5,000 people, and one hour later, we had 2,500 responses. I’d come from a world where, if you got five responses in five weeks, you were opening the champagne.” Jonathan went full time with Maze three years ago, and it was the culmination of many years of work. He essentially started his journey of designing and developing when he was 12 years old, when he taught himself how to build websites - though he concedes a lot of them were “terrible.” “Other people were trading Pokemon cards, but I've always been so passionate about design and development. But I've always seen those as means to build products, and especially to create something that solves problems for people.” “Every time I learned a new skill on the design or the development side, I took it down to try out and experiment with a new product. So I could be designing a t-shirt website or design, and basically anything I learned, I’d try to apply it to something that made sense for me.” His early learning meant that Jonathan was able to teach design development at the same time as he was studying it at university. He’d teach the course for the year below, and the money he made ended up paying for his tuition. In the three years it’s been running, Maze has grown to have a remote team of more than 60 people based all over the world. Jonathan is based in Paris, but is looking to move to New York later in 2021. He believes having a remote team unlocks the ability to hire staff based on their talent, regardless of their circumstances or location. He says building team culture is a little different when you’re remote, but it can actually be done better when you put in the time and effort.

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