- Collect Group Feedback
- Individuals and Group Reporting
- Test Legal Pleadings
- Mock Jury Study
- Evaluate Sales Presentations
- Teach Effective Public Speaking
- Isolate Problems in a Presentation
- Isolate Effective Phrases
- Identify Product Weaknesses
- Job Training Feedback & Evaluation
It is an interactive audience response system that features an easy-to-read, continuous, moment-to-moment measurement of the change in opinion over the course of time.
Participants use simple wireless keypads to submit their answers quickly and reliably. It is typically split according to demographics and superimposed over a live video of your subject matter.
As the measurement moves from high to low, good to bad, you instantly see the impact on the audience. Timeline can be hidden from the audience, so that only the researchers to see it, allowing for unbiased research and data collection.
Finally, all this information is recorded, so that you can review the footage and pinpoint the exact areas which may need fine-tuning to ensure that you are appealing to your target audience.
This video shows the difference in reaction after the transition from one TV commercial to the next. Watch what happens to the white graph as the ads change…
Do you need test your resolution, or closing arguments with a live jury?
Increase your chances of having a successful case by running a mock jury trial. This virtual jury research allows the attorneys to test their statements, delivery and measure the effect they have on the jurors in real time.
Video input overlay shows a real-time line chart that reflects, second-by-second the changes in jury’s mood, opinion or any other aspect that’s being measured.
Results can be filtered by demographic and displayed side-by-side on top of the video itself. Reports include a raw data output, as well as the actual video recording with the line graph overlay.
Do you need to improve quality of your video training?
If part of your job training, or recruiting process is a video presentation, you may need to know what parts of the video work and where an improvement is needed.
A moment-to-moment Timeline application can help you capture instantaneous responses during the playback, record them as a graphical overlay and provide valuable feedback to your training and production teams.
Final reports will show the answers to all demographic questions, as well as a second-by-second answers from each participant. You can keep the results anonymous, or assign each clicker to identify their individual answers later.