UX research

UX research

Humanizing your user experience with eye tracking

Humanizing your UX design means seeing through the eyes of your consumer and feeling what they feel. By measuring attention and intent you access implicit insights that often go unnoticed, allowing you to create products and services that people love to use.


Access hidden data

Consumers want every interaction with you to be smooth and swift, but human centered design requires unique behavioral data. By measuring attention, previously hidden insights become clear and you can optimize websites, apps, and games, as well as navigation in public spaces.

No more guesswork

Eye tracking allows you to visualize the areas of the human machine interface that block intuitive behavior, in industrial and automotive settings. By seeing where users look, you can identify areas of hesitation, frustration, as well as flow. Deep and reliable data allows you to make design decisions that you know will pay off for your interface and your user experience.

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Empowering UX design with attention data 

An example report of eye tracking insights for UX research

Want to see what the results of an eye tracking UX study look like? In this sample report, you’ll see data and insights from a range of UX studies focusing on mobile app design, web design, prototype testing, and in-store navigation.

Tobii UX research report

What you can learn and do

Consumer research

What can I learn?

  • How users experience your product
  • What your users struggle with
  • What engages users for long periods
  • What creates confusion
  • What gets ignored
  • How users make decisions
Consumer research

What can I do?

  • Share video documentation of real user behavior
  • Optimize the design of important features
  • Design based on objectively captured behavior
  • Validate design performance with real data

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Tobii Pro Glasses 3 - IF Design award and Reddot Winner 2021

Tobii Pro Glasses 3

Designed for the real world, our third-generation wearable eye tracker allows you to conduct behavioral research in a wide range of settings.

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Tobii Insight

Tobii Insight

Our research experts help you create and customize your own full-service eye tracking study. A flexible way to understand behavior, turning insights into impact.

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Tobii Pro Spark

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A powerful screen-based eye tracker, capturing gaze data at 60 Hz. With this affordable system, anyone can easily enhance their research with data that illuminates human attention and intent.

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Tobii Pro Nano

Tobii Pro Nano

An easy-to-use, robust screen-based eye tracker which captures gaze data at 60 Hz is designed for fixation-based studies and ideal for beginners to eye tracking.

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Tobii Pro Mobile Testing Accessory

Mobile Testing Accessory

A mobile device mounting solution for conducting eye tracking tests with Tobii Pro Nano. It is compatible with most smartphones and certain handheld devices.

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  • We use a range of tools… and now eye tracking is a huge complement to these. It answers a lot of questions which come up from the other testing methods and even highlights some questions we weren’t aware of.

    UX Lead at Avanza

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  • Since we integrated eye tracking into our method mix, we have become much more accurate and efficient in illustrating user experiences and proving usability problems.

    Tim Bosenick

    GFK Sirvaluse consulting

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