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5 Tips On How To Be a User-Friendly QA Specialist

When delivering a final product, you might find yourself facing a tight deadline. The project has to meet certain specifications and the client’s requirements, and it needs to be free of bugs. In the midst of all that, end users are often forgotten. Users are going to have a bad time using your product if their needs are not taken into account during the development phase. This can, in turn, result in a product that is difficult to use and prone to human error. People tend to blame themselves for obstacles and errors they encounter using a product. This is quite unfortunate but mostly avoidable. See how you can avoid it. 
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Berlin’s tech scene is thriving. So much so that Germany’s capital apparently welcomes a new startup every 20 minutes, according to advisory agency Gruenden. And whilst it hasn’t quite taken over European leader, London, Germany’s capital currently ranks 7th in the world for startups with an estimated 2,400 new firms located there. The city also has a knack for attracting investment with €2.4 billion in venture capital invested in Berlin’s startup scene last year, according to Ernst and Young.
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Ember-fastboot is a server-side rendering mechanism for the Ember.js framework. It’s almost ready for release, with some minor bugs in Github issues, but there is already a release candidate for 1.0.0. We haven't used fastboot in production until recently, so we needed to build a deployment pipeline from scratch. The open-source community is absolutely amazing with all the blocks available. All you need to do is to connect the blocks properly – check out how.
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9 Common Product Issues Fixed by a UX Review

UX review is a process during which we thoroughly analyse the client’s product, focusing on user experience and business value. It’s a diagnosis crucial before any treatment can commence.
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In every business setting, there are several dreaded, time-consuming and repetitive activities which we must carry out to keep the wheels spinning. Somebody has to do them regardless of the very low fun factor. We are a software company, though – we simplify and automate complicated things for a living, so why not do it for the boring part of our jobs, too?
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You might have already encountered to this term, but you're probably here to find out what Product Design Sprint really means. This article will help you understand the powerful impact PDS could have on your business and why it’s good to start PDS workshops with us even today.
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When developing a product, startup founders and product owners have to face many decisions about its shape. How to evaluate which of them are good and which can bear a detrimental impact on the product's performance? One of the methods of doing this is a UX review, during which the product undergoes a comprehensive analysis of user experience and business goals. Take a look at how the UX review helped one of our clients, whym, decide on which direction they should take.
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It is often easy to get lost while trying to choose the optimal graphic format for image(s). Regardless of parameters, we can easily divide types of graphics into raster and vector formats. Raster graphics are widely used and have a huge amount of formats. If we narrow down our search to W3C-approved formats, we have three popular raster formats - JPEG, GIF, and PNG. If you want to use the modern vector format - we only have SVG. And this is the format that I would like to focus on here.
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React Native has been trending in the tech news for a few years now. Since Facebook officially introduced it as an open source project, many corporations have leveraged it in development. It’s not surprising, as React Native holds a promise of building apps for multiple platforms at the same time. Even if only 40% of your codebase is shared between different operating systems, it still is a big save of time and, in consequence, money. But how does it stack up against Swift in practice?
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evvnt is a tool for event promoters allowing them to submit their event information once and then to share it across 40+ event listing sites based on your events category and location. The company has operated on the market for 5 years now, supplying their service in over 139 countries – both for local and international event promoters – and in multiple industries.
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