After you complete a test, Hawkeye provides lots of tools to help you understand your results.
Hawkeye breaks down results page-by-page. If you tested a website, you can view results for each page the user visited during the test. Images only have one page because they are single images.
For each page in a session, you can view a heatmap which shows where the user looked on the screen and for how long. The longer they look at a point on the screen, the more red it will be on the heatmap.
You can also tap and hold anywhere on the heatmap to view numerical stats like how long they looked at a point, what percentage of the session this represents, and how long into the session it began.
You can also share a heatmap by tapping the share button in the bottom right corner of the page.
🔴 Focus Points
Focus point diagrams visualize the path of the user's gaze on a page. Each point also varies in size to show how long the user looked at it.
You can tap any point to view numerical stats on how long the user looked at the point, what percentage oof the session this represents, and how long into the session the user first looked at it.
Currently, you cannot share focus point diagrams but we hope to add this feature soon :)
🎥 Screen Recording
You can view a screen recording of every session to playback exactly what the user looked at and when.
Every screen recording shows a target representing where the user is looking and blue dots visualizing when the user touches the screen.
You can quickly scrub through the video using the timeline at the bottom of the screen. Touch events are highlighted so you can quickly jump from one event to the next.
You can also share any screen recording by tapping the share button in the bottom right corner of the page.