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Happy 6th Birthday, Key Lime Interactive!

| News UX

by Kelly Nercess They say time flies when you’re having fun, but it really flies when you spend your days solving business challenges with smart targeted research. Key Lime Interactive started as just an idea that […]

2014 KLI Year in Review

January 20, 2015 | News Social Media

Last year was an amazing year for Key Lime Interactive. Our beloved CEO, Ania Rodriguez, was named South Florida Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, we expanded our team and attended some really great conferences and networking […]

SFBJ 40 Under 40 2014 Luncheon

August 7, 2014 | News Social Media

Last Friday our Miami office had the opportunity to attend the South Florida Business Journal 40 Under 40 Luncheon to support our CEO & Founder, Ania Rodriguez, on being one of the forty honorees. We had […]

New Director of Quantitative Research Leads Competitive Initiatives

April 8, 2014 | auto insurance Competitive Benchmark Study Competitive Index mCommerce mobile mobile banking News Syndicated Reporting

KLI couldn’t be happier to welcome Dana Bishop to our team as our new Director of Quantitative Research. Dana has been working in the field of user research for 20 years and flaunts extensive experience with a variety of research methods, but, above all, Dana has perfected the art and science of creating a simple, yet highly-informative large-scale online user experience research studies. Her graceful presentation of traditional scaled questions and directed tasks for users results in detailed feedback, thoughtful analysis and poignant evidence that informs design for clients far and wide.
After just three short months as part of the KLI team, Dana’s expertise is in high-demand! Custom studies are exceeding client expectations and all the while, Dana and other Key Limer’s are preparing the following types of reports for incremental release:
– Mobile Competitive Index Reports
– Industry Specific Competitive Benchmark studies
– Custom Competitive Benchmark Studies

KLUE Labs Announces the Release of KLUE Mobile

November 7, 2012 | KLUE mobile News remote testing usability

KLUE Mobile Simplifies Mobile User Testing: Unique Tool Records On-Screen Activity and Gestures Along with Audio of Mobile Users Wherever They Are.
KLUE Labs, a new company formed out of a partnership between leaders in user experience research and mobile app development Key Lime Interactive and Crucian Point, has announced the beta release of their flagship product KLUE Mobile. KLUE Mobile is a tool that captures user interaction with mobile websites and immediately delivers video clips complete with on-screen activity, gestures and audio to design teams and researchers looking to see their products in action.
With KLUE Mobile design teams and researchers can use their own list of iOS users or utilize the diverse panel offered by KLUE Labs to screen in participants for qualitative mobile user experience studies. Users can take studies from anywhere in the world at a time and place that is most comfortable for them. This tool eliminates the need to schedule test time or have participants visit a test facility.
Once a study has been designed using the KLUE Mobile web interface…

Join us today @ SXSW

March 12, 2011 | News

Believe Me or Your Own Eyes: Eye-Tracking Entertainment http://schedule.sxsw.com/events/event_IAP7255 Conference Room C 11AM

Jennifer Knodler joins the KLI team as SVP!

March 8, 2011 | News

We are very excited to have Jen join us this week. She brings a wealth of eye tracking experience to the team. Also she will work with Ania on the day to day operations.

KLI at NNG Conference

December 6, 2010 | News

Rebeca Lergier is at the 2010 NNG Conference this week in Vegas. Say Hi to her!

joins team!

December 3, 2010 | News

Rebeca is a senior manager with over 10 years of experience creating research protocols, analyzing data, writing research reports and presenting results to senior leadership

KLI will be speaking at UPA2011

November 17, 2010 | News

KLI session titled “To See or Not to See: Usability Testing Without vs. With Eye Tracking Head to Head” has been accepted. See you in Atlanta in 2011!