What is the Maze Report?

The Maze report is a blueprint for your design review. A Maze report is generated for every Live Maze tested with at least one tester. To get statistically significant data, try testing with twenty users or more.

The report provides key metrics such as a Usability Score so you can learn how your design performs at a glance, or go even deeper with learnings for every mission and screen.

Use it to plan your future design sprints or share it with stakeholders to align everyone on next steps.

How do I get access to the report?

The Maze report is currently available in public beta to all Maze customers.

If you have a Live Maze tested with at least one user, go to Maze and open the results dashboard. In the upper right corner, click on Go to report.

How to access the Maze Report

If you're new to Maze, learn how to create your first Maze. Once you have a Live Maze that has been tested with at least one user, you'll be able to access a report for your Maze.

What's included in the report?

The report provides key metrics for your Maze, for every mission, and for each screen in the expected path.
Every Maze report starts with a high-level overview of the Maze tested, then moves on to information about the missions, and goes deeper into how each screen performs based on key metrics.

Usability Score



The Usability Score measures your design's usability based on key performance indicators: success, bounce, duration, and misclicks.

A score from 0 to 100 is given to every Maze tested, as well as to every mission in the Maze and to every screen in the expected path.

Here are the levels of threshold we use to measure the Usability Score:

High: 80 - 100
Medium: 50 - 80
Low: 0 - 50

Learn more about how we calculate the Usability Score.

Mission Summary

This section gives you an overview of how every mission performed. For each mission, you get a usability score plus the result: direct, indirect, give-up or bounce.

Mission Summary

Mission Analysis



In the report, every mission is broken down into 3 categories for analysis:

Success Analysis: this section gives you the ability to see how many people drop off from the expected path and where in the flow this happens.

Usability Breakdown: this part is a detailed examination of every screen's usability, with the average time spent and misclick rate on each screen.

Optimal Path Analysis: in this section, you can either view a Summary of the screens' performance with click heatmaps and key indicators, or dive deeper for a Full Analysis by consulting the off-path, success, and bounce rates.

Maze Report Example

You can view an example of a Maze Report here.
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