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Feature Request Story

In a perfect world, we (the software providers) should have enough time to develop and complete the perfect product – one that it is intuitive, easy to use, and full of the most in-demand features – before selling it at a reasonable price. I am reminded of a quote from Armageddon when one of the […]

July 26th, 2011|Blog, Development, Usability|0 Comments

To Tweet or not to Tweet?

Social Media

Social media is everywhere these days. We all hear about Facebook, MySpace, Flickr, Twitter and other such sites every day. We get emails referring us to them, new add-ons, plugins and widgets are born every minute and the phenomena is covered regularly even by the traditional media. And now it’s no longer used only […]

November 8th, 2009|Blog, General, Usability|0 Comments

Can software testing be fun AND serious?

Most of us come to work for more than one reason. There’s the money, the professional challenges, the friends we have there, our need for self achievement and more. Each one of us, in different times of their working life, has their own reasons prioritized differently.
One thing we all have in common, all of the […]

October 4th, 2009|Blog, General, Marketing, Usability|0 Comments

How many programs does your washing machine have?

 You probably don’t even know, and I bet you use maybe 2-3 of them.

4 if you are really into washing your clothes as a hobby.

This applies to most of our appliances and gadgets, our mobile phones, ipods and digital cameras. We usually don’t even know what the options are; we simply use those we already […]

September 8th, 2009|Blog, Development, General, SaaS, Usability|1 Comment

How not to color your links

We’ll take a short break from the SaaS series to talk about something else that I and my colleagues really care about at Testuff – Usability.

Many of our users notice how simple Testuff is to use, that you really don’t need to read the Testuff help section to wrap your brain around it. We love […]

December 4th, 2008|Blog, Bugs, Usability|0 Comments