All posts categorized in: A/B Testing

Time-Tested: 7 Ways to Improve Velocity When A/B Testing a New UX

A/B testing holistic redesigns can be tough. Here at Indeed, we learned this firsthand when we tried to take our UX from this to this: The Indeed mobile Search Engine Results Page (SERP) circa mid-2017 (left) and circa mid-2018 (right) Things didn’t go so hot. We’d spent months and months coming up with a beautiful […]

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Using Proctor for A/B Testing from a Non-Java Platform

We’re excited to announce the open sourcing of proctor-pipet, a tool we created that allows you to deploy Proctor as a remote service. proctor-pipet is a Java web application that exposes Proctor as a simple REST API accessible over HTTP. This means that you can do A/B testing in applications written in non-JVM languages like Python. […]

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Proctor: Indeed’s A/B Testing Framework

(Editor’s Note: This post is the first of a series about Proctor, Indeed’s open source A/B testing framework.) A/B Testing at Indeed Indeed’s mission is to help people get jobs. We are always asking ourselves the question “What’s best for the jobseeker?” We answer that question by testing and measuring everything. We strive to test […]

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