Enroll- A Fun Usability Site

Updated on: by Miranda Grimm

Enroll usability testing review

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Enroll is a part of ZURB,  a product design company located in Campbell, California. ZURB uses Enrollapp.com to get feedback from true website users like you and I on their product designs. I signed up with Enroll after being contacted by a team member who informed me they are currently seeking new testers because their “demand for user testers is surpassing the number of testers [they] have”.


Money to be Made at Enroll

I find it explained best by the EnrollApp Product Marketer himself:

Tests are extremely quick, sometimes only take a few seconds to take.User Testers earn 10 cents per test, and there are monetary bonuses for earning badges that range from 50 cents to a dollar. On occasion users will be asked to complete longer tests in the form of a prototype, these testers are rewarded $2.00 per test.

How to Cash Out Your Earnings

Payments are made using PayPal. Your Enroll balance pays out automatically every month (appears to be around the 10th) for any accounts with at least one dollar by the end of the previous month. (Example– If you have a dollar or more in your account by April 30th then you will be paid around the 10th of May. If balance is under the payout then it rolls over to the next month)


How to Receive Tests from Enroll

When there are tests available you will receive an email from Enroll. As with many other usability sites, if you wait too long to log in and give your feedback, you may miss your chance.

My Experience with Enroll

Enroll tests are a lot of fun. There are different types but I think my favorite are the comparison tests. You are given two different images of websites or product designs. You compare the two and then choose which one is your favorite. You are then asked to tell them why. It doesn’t take long and is a lot of fun!

Here is an example of another type of test:

Enroll Test Example

As you can see above, the tests are very brief.

In 3 days I have taken 4 tests and earned 1 badge worth fifty cents- meaning I have earned 90 cents at Enroll.

This is definitely not a big money supplemental opportunity. I think the people who will find the most benefits are the ones who enjoy this type of work. As a web designer- I love being able to compare two site design samples and give my opinion of which is better. It’s right up my alley. The fact I earn a little money is just a bonus.


Register to be a Tester for Enroll

Registering for Enroll does not require any preliminary testing. From what I can tell, anyone who wants to give their opinion is welcome to sign up!

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When you register with Enrollapp.com you will be offered to take a sample test to get an idea of what you can expect. The samples can lead on for a long time, be aware that these samples do not pay. Offer for the paid testing will come in through your email.

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Leisa Good

April 22, 2013 at 8:29 am

Wow! This really does look like fun! It doesn’t appear that it would be too time consuming either.

Miranda Grimm

April 22, 2013 at 1:48 pm

Yeah I agree Leisa! I have spent a lot of time just going through their unpaid tests or sample tests just because I think it is a lot of fun. As a newbie web designer, I think it helps me mature my ‘designer eye’. lol

Joyce C.

April 22, 2013 at 1:54 pm

Thanks!! I signed up!

Miranda Grimm

April 22, 2013 at 2:04 pm

Great Joyce!!


May 14, 2013 at 1:38 am

I signed up for this and did earn over the $1.00 needed to cash out. However, on the supposed payout date (May 10th), nothing transferred to my Paypal account and the “financials” page now says the payment date is June 10. Can anyone confirm actually receiving payment from this site? Hoping it’s just a tech glitch and that this site isn’t too good to be true…


May 15, 2013 at 12:55 pm

Update: Apparently there are “payment cut off” dates, so even though you might earn $1.00 or more before May 10, if you don’t earn it before Apr 30 then the payment rolls over to the next date. Maybe I missed that? I don’t remember reading that, but that’s what the customer service rep said.

Miranda Grimm

May 15, 2013 at 1:07 pm

Thanks for letting us know! I did not realize that either. I will update this post to reflect that information.


June 11, 2013 at 7:52 pm

Update 2: Confirmed payout via Paypal, but on the 11th (not exactly on the 10th).


October 14, 2013 at 10:51 pm

Update 3: I’ve been with the site a couple of months now and confirm that they do payout. The payout is supposed to be on the 10th (as long as you earn over $1.00 by the 30th of the month) but it seems their system doesn’t always do that consistently. A quick email to support usually fixes that issue though and they will transfer funds to Paypal.

Initially, the tests were more frequent, but it’s mostly petered off for me. (I only have desktop tests selected though.) Not a real money-maker, but a couple of bucks here and there for minimal effort so overall I would rate my experience as positive.


July 27, 2013 at 4:59 pm

How did you get started as a web designer. I would like to do that.


September 10, 2013 at 12:20 am

I also signed up at this sit recently — I received 2 tests in my email and completed both of them. NOTHING has shown up in my dashboard about these tests at all. I have both emailed support and sent a message through the help desk on site. I have gotten NO response back at all. I will let you guys know if this changes, but right now, I feel like I have been scammed.


October 26, 2013 at 9:25 pm

That’s a shame. In my experience, their support has always been responsive. Did you try a different browser? I had an issue with one of their tests not going through to the confirmation page in Firefox but it worked in Internet Explorer.


March 29, 2017 at 10:38 am

Hi Miranda! The thing I like the most about this site is that the tests are super simple and fast. It’s not a lot of money but it’s crazy easy. Have a nice day!