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EyeQuant’s ground-breaking pre-live analytics and insights technology empowers brands to predict what users will see, how they will be emotionally stimulated and how they will engage with digital designs, before they go live.

The result is nothing short of a game-changer for anyone concerned with boosting conversion rates, cutting out hundreds of hours of unnecessary testing, saving on expensive burned traffic and ultimately enabling companies to boost revenue by millions.

EyeQuant’s research, which was conducted by one of Europe’s leading Neurobiopsychology Labs at the University of Osnabrück, shows that people will form an opinion of a website within 50ms while 80% of all content on websites is ignored. Throw in the fact that there are over 1.25 billion websites in the world fighting for people’s attention and it becomes clear just what a huge challenge CRO and eCommerce professionals face.

50% Conversion Uplift with ‘The 3 Ws

EyeQuant’s mission is to allow brands to stand out in this congested world with the most effective and efficient designs. Google, Groupon, Canon and Epson are just some of the names among hundreds of leading brands that are transforming their business with the power of EyeQuant’s pre-live testing.

Adopting the 3 Ws framework of what is the page about, why should visitors care and where should they go next, EyeQuant’s cutting edge attention and perception tools predict which elements will capture most attention, but also crucially reveal which areas will be ignored or missed out.

It was using this approach that allowed Groupon to increase sign up conversion by 52%.

Before coming to EyeQuant, the world’s leading daily deals site already had a data driven culture with a rigorous A/B testing strategy. However, the team wanted to understand how they could make significant changes rather than ongoing small tweaks to their existing design, which is often the case with iterative A/B testing.

By simply inserting the URL of their key landing page into the EyeQuant system, Groupon was able to see instantly that their value proposition and call to action were being overpowered by the imagery and not being seen in the first three seconds.

Groupon Conversion Rate

 EyeQuant showed within seconds how Groupon’s key CTAs were being overshadowed.


Crucially Groupon was then able to pre-live test a series of mock-ups, allowing them to optimise each element of the page before they burned traffic on testing with live users.

Groupon Conversion Rate

By pre-live testing the next iteration of designs it was clear the bottom banner was still overshadowing the CTA.


When the page went live there was a 52% increase in sign up conversion, all achieved without burning through expensive traffic and a lengthy post live A/B testing process.

Groupon Conversion Rate

A reduction in the banner ensured the 3 Ws were all clear in the first 3 seconds, resulting in a 52% increase in conversion of sign ups.

From Faberge To Ticketing

Lydia Wright, is Head of Conversion Rate Optimisation at Somebody Digital, a leading London-based agency that puts data and ROI at the heart of everything they do.

Here at Somebody Digital, we use a selection of insights and analytics tools to analyse a client’s conversion challenges and opportunities to build robust testing hypotheses and test plans. EyeQuant is one of my favourite tools, and I wanted to share a couple of examples of cases where it’s created great value for us and our clients.

Why not What – Clear Ways to Boost Conversion Rates

“Most analytics tools are great at uncovering what is happening on a web page – website analytics, click tracking, scroll maps, session recordings and more. Crucially, EyeQuant can help explain why an observed behaviour is happening.

“In the example below for client Fabergé, a low click rate on the ‘Add to Shopping Bag’ call to action was noted. EyeQuant helped explain why this trend was being observed – the e-commerce journey was getting a very low share of visual attention on the page and simply not being seen. Did users even realise that this is an e-commerce site and not just brochureware?

“Based on this insight, a test was designed to increase the visibility of the e-commerce journey on the page. The new design (which was validated with EyeQuant ahead of time) delivered a whopping 46% increase in users adding an item to their shopping bag.

Faberge conversion

The EyeQuant Perception Map shows what visitors will see and miss in the first 3 seconds after arriving on the page.


Taking out the Subjectivity

“Web design has traditionally been quite a subjective aspect of conversion. Adding EyeQuant to the CRO toolkit has allowed design to be quantified for the first time – removing subjective debates and enabling us to validate a design idea before committing to an A/B test.

“Proving that the visibility of a component on a page has increased, the share of attention has changed, or the clarity of a page has improved is invaluable in gaining quick buy-in from clients and sign-off on A/B tests.

“In the below example from client The Ticket Factory, the design is validated using EyeQuant – showing that the visibility of the new “Get Tickets” call to action is significantly more visible than the button in the original design.”

paul wellerEyeQuant Regions of Interest analysis, measuring the specific visibility of different regions, based on Visual Attention Data.

The Power Behind the Thinking

EyeQuant fuses pioneering neuroscience research with cutting edge artificial intelligence to enable brands to predict how users will engage with their digital assets.


Lorna Crowley

Chief Marketing Officer

Lorna Crowley is an experienced Chief Marketing Officer with a track record of delivering impressive results. Her passion for marketing can be traced back to her university days, where she studied Psychology to better understand the drivers and motivations behind human behaviour. Digital marketing, go-to market strategies, sarcasm and writing in the third person are a few of her favourite things.