Collect feedback from your visitors in your Medium articles, WordPress, Shopify or any HTML website using different sets of emojis 🙌
Diego Sanchez- Product Owner @TypeformWhat I like about Emojicom is that you can ask for feedback quickly in an intuitive manner (Most people already use emojis when communicating via text....There's already an emerging body of research about the use of emojis in human conversations).
Mark- Frontend developer at TypeformEmojicom lets you collect feedback in simple and engaging way using different emojis. It also integrates easily with Shopify, Medium, WordPress and more.
InfodesertIf you have an online store, a blog or send a newsletter periodically, it is always interesting to collect direct feedback from our clients or readers in order to find out what we can improve. For example, there are many companies that send brief surveys, but it is something that does not attract the attention of users.
UX CollectiveIf you like the links, don't forget to 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏 Having spent the last few years living and working in Silicon Valley, I have had a chance to join a considerable number of design and tech meetups across the Bay Area - where these industries are particularly active.