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Willkommen bei der Lösung für das Testmanagement von Testuff

We are always talking about how we work for you. For the tester. Well, it’s true… we do think of you when planning our road map. Every feature, every enhancement, every testing service – they were all planned to help you with your testing.

This has made us think about all of you out there. Coming […]

March 30th, 2016|Blog, Languages, Usability|0 Comments

How Users Give New Life to Your (Product) Ideas

In a recent email exchange with a long-time Testuff user, we learned that he wasn’t using one of the main screens in our platform. In fact, he wasn’t even paying attention to that screen. After digging a little deeper, we discovered that several others were in the same boat.

This surprised us given […]

March 28th, 2016|Blog, Development, Usability|0 Comments

When the Feature Request Due Date Is NEVER

It’s one of the most frustrating things in the world.

You invest time and resources finding that perfect software product. And you finally find a solution that does 99% of what you want.

But you need that last 1% – that missing feature. And you’re not alone. Many others are requesting similar functionality. […]

March 9th, 2015|Blog, Usability|0 Comments

Test Case Management Software, Cup Holders, Spam, and Eggs

When Gmail first hit the scene in 2004, the company promoted a whole slew of unprecedented features like threaded conversations, 1-gig storage (unheard of at the time), Google-powered search, and even labels.
What ultimately won me over, however, was the spam protection – a feature already available in most email platforms, but Gmail’s protection really […]

March 4th, 2013|Blog, Usability|0 Comments

Digital Eiffel Towers in the Land of Software Test Management

It happens. Change is inevitable – and in many cases – initially not welcomed.

Parisians abhorred the Eiffel Tower originally. Now it’s a symbolic icon of all that is French.
People hated Gmail’s threaded conversations. Now it’s one Gmail’s most popular features.
Universal suffrage was a tough sell. Now countries that disenfranchise […]

February 7th, 2013|Blog, Development, Usability|0 Comments

Is Involving Software Testers Early in the Project a Workable System?

We’ve touched on this theme a bit in the past – whether or not testers should be involved in the software design process.

Our feelings are pretty straightforward (spoiler alert – the answer is “yes” they should be involved). But before we explain why and to what extent, let’s look at some of the pros […]

January 29th, 2013|Blog, Development, Usability|0 Comments

In Software Test Management, Can You Really Please Everyone at Once?

There is always some kid who may be seeing me for the first or last time – I owe him my best.
– Joe DiMaggio

At Testuff, we’re definitely not baseball hall of famers (the gap between professional sports and test management is as wide as one can imagine). And children are not our target demographic. […]

November 19th, 2012|Blog, Usability|0 Comments

Software Quality Testing and the Wisdom of the Crowds

So much of history centers around extraordinary individuals accomplishing extraordinary feats. From Columbus to Gandhi to Steve Jobs, we celebrate individual successes, weaving their victories into our hero folklore.

It’s a beautiful narrative – one that holds true in many situations. But are individual pioneers the true forces behind so many of the amazing […]

September 14th, 2012|Blog, Development, Usability|0 Comments

Absolute Beginners

When we first look at a new thing, we are bound for that first impression. This first impression is sometimes the barrier, stopping us from starting a conversation with someone, choosing something to eat from the counter and of course buying a product. “No second chance for first impression” is a well known saying. For […]

January 24th, 2012|Blog, General, Usability|0 Comments

Those little things that make our work easier

Every application we use has those little things, that make the user’s work so much easier. It can be a keyboard shortcut, a hidden option, or a quick way to make the most out of a feature.
We once had a post written, by a former team member of our support, explaining how to change the […]

November 10th, 2011|Blog, Support, Tips, Usability|0 Comments