BugHerd needs a Ruby developer

In 2011, BugHerd burst on to the scene as one of the up and coming Australian startups. 8 years later, the gloss has worn off a little (and we didn’t quite make the unicorn club), but what is left is...

Screenshots without a browser extension

I’m pleased to announce that this week we’ve released an exciting new feature – in-browser screenshots. BugHerd is the first (and only) visual feedback tool that will capture accurate screenshots, on desktop and mobile, on Safari, Chrome, Edge (IE), and...

Why you should run a Bug Bash program

It may seem that bug testing is the sole responsibility of developers. But more and more, teams are finding that additional value can be extracted by involving the entire company. If the first real user of your product is a...

How Infiniti Uses BugHerd to Streamline Development

Infiniti Co-Founder Pete Williams first saw BugHerd during an investors pitch meeting back in 2011. Pete chose not to invest at the time, but decided to become a user (investing would have been a smart move). It’s been part of...

Things I learnt from the Schoolism House Workshop

In May, I travelled to Montreal to attend the Schoolism House Workshop . 28 days of intensive art training, that I hoped would help boost my artistic-know-how. I also found that much of what I learnt was very practical advice that could be applied...

Frequently Asked Support Questions

Whether you’re a brand new BugHerder, or you’ve been tracking bugs with us for years, there’s a common theme to some questions that pop-up from all customers. Whilst we’re continuously on the look out for ways to streamline your development...

Podcasts for Entrepreneurs

No matter what your industry or interest, it’s always important to make sure you stay up to date with what’s happening. Sometimes, working in the start-up community can make it slightly harder; good people often change jobs and projects on...