Feng-GUI simulates human vision during the first 5 seconds of exposure to visuals, and creates heatmaps based on an algorithm that predicts what a real human would be most likely to look at.
Use Feng-GUI to
Use Feng-GUI attention analysis to realize which areas of the webpage, photo or advertisement gets most of the attention.
- Optimize the layout of a webpage, along with its buttons and banners.
- Identify weak spots within an ad and improve its performance.
- Improve the location of brand and branding effectiveness
How to use
It has two versions, paid and free. Obviously paid has more feature than the free. Though the free will work great for small to medium blogs. You have to take a screenshot and upload it; the system will analyze and mark the hot spots.
Tips for advanced usage from TheCustomizeWindows
Take a full screen screenshot of your website or blog,
including the browser window panels as a human see all the screen while browsing. only the area of your page, not including the browser window pane (s), tabs etc. (Modified after valuable official suggestion.)
We took a screenshot and uploaded to simulate, it shows:
It shows that, our branding (the logo), placing of advertisements are absolutely right from a webmaster’s point of view. But, social connection icons are probably escape from at a glance view of the visitor.
Note: If you take the screenshot of full screen (including the browser pane, tabs etc), it may show different (and misleading) result: