Lightweight Tool for Customer Interviews

Messy customer interview notes make objectively validating your idea a nightmare.

Hypothesisly makes pulling in key learnings a breeze.

No more dreading going back through your notes.

Why Do I Need This?

Scribbling notes during a customer interview is easy but you'd rather rely on your foggy memory of the conversation than go through them later.

A few months later, your idea's part of the 90% that fail.

Enter, Hypothesisly.

It lets you conduct and analyze customer interviews objectively without wasting time on manual work.

In just one click, you can import key learnings from all your interviews into one place so you can compare insights and see trends.

Oh, and you get a dashboard view of all your hypotheses and the stages they're in.

What's Included?

Add new hypotheses & relevant interview Qs.

List customer interviews for hypotheses.

Use ready-made customer interview template.

Import key learnings into one place.

Compare key learnings across all interviews.

Dashboard overview of all hypotheses & interviews.

FAQs

Who is this for?

It's for individuals or small teams that are using customer interviews to validate their venture idea but are struggling to stay objective and are wasting time on manually sifting through customer interview data.

Is it available right now?

Yes! Our prototype is created using Google Suite tools and is freely available. Simply click on the "I want more organized customer interviews!" button and make a copy of the Google sheet.

What do I need to use it?

All you need is a free personal Gmail account—it's that simple!

How can I learn more?

Shoot me a DM on Twitter (@LenaSesardic) or email me at hello@lenasesardic.com. Happy to answer any questions you may have!

Meet the Team

Lena Sesardic 🇭🇷🇨🇦

Ex-innovation lab product manager turned entrepreneur. HIIT freak that likes to play piano.

Imed Zitouni 🇹🇳🇨🇦

Shipbuilding engineer & VBA automation master. Usually reads just the first few pages of every book.

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