3144We've had 4 companies lined-up, only 3 showed up at 6PM, but finally we had a (good) crowd, 6 products were tested, from non-profits like Ile-Sans-Fil
, startups like Subgraph
, open source project TikiWiki, to obscure apps like Cryptocat
. For those who are new to the Bug Hunt concept, we've done a special video to present the event.
So that's 18 Read more…
3123For startup fans and QA \ UX enthusiasts, we're organizing a bug hunt
next thursday. As the name suggests, it's an event dedicated to get products and their users together, to get valuable comments, bugs, feedback and also an opportunity for product owners to see how people really use their product.
Like in previous editions, we're doing it the last Thursday of the month, at Notman Read more…
3032For those interested in application usability, and also those interested in hooking up with technology companies, a bug hunt
event is scheduled this thursday July 28th, 6pm at Notman House
(51 Sherbrooke west).
Like in previous editions
, the idea is simple: have a diverse panel of users go through your application, at the same time, and let them log bugs, comments, feedback in a Read more…
2860We organized a first Bug Hunt last month for 3 web applications and 1 iPhone app. The event gathered a diverse panel of users, with different interests and abilities, who would go through the applications looking for UI problems. For most application developers, it's an eye opener that resets their priorities.
So the next TheBugHunt
session will be this upcoming thursday June 23rd. Like in the Read more…
One of the greatest benefits of being at a place like the NotmanHouse is that you get in touch with so many potential users of your new venture. It's easy to get a quick feedback from a newly developed functionality, and then update it right away based from the couple of people you've met at the Notman Café.
Of course, there are online sites which provides Read more…
A tester tries to use Tribair's voip android app.
Last tuesday, web-savvy users tested 6 different products. A few were already launched, with solid products. That's the case of Shwowp
, a service which helps you track your purchases, Tribair
, a mobile application for iPhone and Android offering free or cheap international calls, or Read more…
) are organizing and hosting next tuesday Usability Fix. The 2 hour long session aims to find issues in your application's interface, with users going through the application and giving valuable feedback to the designers and developers of the application.
Here 's the list of applications featured:
2169Local developer Marc-André Cournoyer has announced a new project named dresssed
which will provide top themes for rails applications. The service promises work from design professionnals and will give rails developers a good design (graphics and UI) for their new app. Nothing is available yet from the the Dresssed.com
website as you will be greeted by a marketing survey, but given Marc-André's work so Read more…