Silverback looks interesting!

Didn’t get my beta in the first round this morning, but I’m waiting patiently…
Silverback is described as a Mac-only app that “lets you run your own guerilla usability tests really easily.”

“You can test your websites anywhere, without having to lug microphones or video cameras around. You could pop into Starbucks with your Macbook and run a usability test with a click of your fingers. You’ll keep your testers happy too — no need to wave a camera in their face or keep the microphone close to hand. In fact, for them it’s no different to using the web as they would anyway.”

And via their Twitter stream it seems like you can run it in the background of a Parallels session. Handy for those Windows-loving clients…

Sounds good to me!

Andy from Clearleft (who are creating Silverback) is also presenting at Web Directions South: User Experience next week. Maybe I can hit him up for a beta 😉

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