SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the UX Design industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 3 VC funded SaaS startups in the UX Design industry.
Prototyping interactions as easy as pie ProtoPie is an easy but powerful software that allows designers and engineers to plan, communicate, and demonstrate an interactive mobile product. Build a sophisticated prototype without any coding, but leveraging all the native mobile device features. The powerful capabilities are already recognized and adopted by the global top brands and such as Google, Microsoft, R/GA, and Ideo.
Tetra Insights builds technology that maximizes the value of qualitative data. Their platform empowers leading organizations by putting insights directly from customers in front of decision-makers. Using their software, researchers generate insights faster and more effectively thanks to our automation and workflow tools. They handle the heavy lifting of transcribing, tagging, and annotating audiovisual recordings so researchers can focus on analysis. Raw qualitative data is transformed into a research library where users can intuitively browse and search across video & audio recordings, tags, annotations, and metadata. Empathy for users and customers helps companies build better products with sustainable success. We’re transforming decision-making by amplifying the reach of recorded customer interactions.
Typeform is a no-code SaaS platform with thoughtfully-designed tools that help companies grow their business by engaging with their audience. Offering people-friendly forms, quizzes, surveys, and asynchronous video solutions, Typeform turns digital interactions into human connection. Launched in 2012, Typeform drives more than 500 million digital interactions per year and integrates with hundreds of other business-critical tools like HubSpot, Calendly, and Slack, to name a few. Typeform is headquartered in Barcelona, Spain with an office in San Francisco, California, and has a globally-distributed workforce of over 450 people.