5hellos lets anyone do a quick customer check. To drive conversion and build customer-centric teams.


Our conversation tool empowers anyone to check content, designs or ideas with customers. All it takes is 5 people and 5 questions to have a quick conversation and get the insights that will make your work even better.

We’ll put you in touch with your customers and guide you with easy conversation guides. No more waiting for the user research team, or just ‘putting things live’ to see what sticks.

5hellos boosts conversion, empowers organizations in their quest for customer centricity and is so simple to use, anyone can do it.

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  DIY research
  Custom panel
  Change management



5 people are often better than 5,000.

5hellos allows you to host quick, small scale sessions to try out how your work is coming across (and why), or to better understand the needs of your customers. Your work becomes more customer-centric and has a greater chance of success.

In fact, Nielsen Norman Group research suggests that just 5 people can pull out about 80% of the issues in a specific design. Go figure.

  • 5 people make your work more customer-centric.
  • Uncover about 80% of issues in design.
  • Maximize the chance of success.

Have questions or want to try out 5hellos? Contact Sophie or check out

5hellos is the tool to democratize customer research. It’s about time we enable our teams to be truly customer-centric.

- Director, global sports brand

Facts & figures


Insights generated to
date from 30 conversations


Estimated additional monthly revenue for one client using 5hellos


Higher click rates on emails researched using 5hellos

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