Category: Website

BugHerd pin tracks a bug

Improve the QA process with this simple bug reporting template

What is “done” when you’re referring to bug tracking? What’s “done” for one person in the QA process could be “in-progress” for another. Without a process in place, bug tracking can be a downright chore.

It doesn’t take long for inconsistencies in reporting to lead to follow-up emails, bugs getting left behind and the QA process resembling more of a “free for all” than a defined system.

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How To Write An A+ Website Design Brief

Clear communication with your web designer is critical to getting a website that you (and your customers) love.

We’re all about making the feedback and QA process of building a website easier at BugHerd, but the design briefing stage can be rife with back and forth miscommunication and loaded with lots of “make it pop” type statements.

A great design brief can mean the difference between getting a great website on time and in budget or blowing out the project entirely. These are our suggestions on what to include for an A+ briefing experience between you and your designer for your next website build.

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The Five Types of Web Testing

Testing can be fundamental to providing a reliable experience to your users.

Everyone can take part in the web testing process. It doesn’t have to take deep technical knowledge to provide feedback on something that’s not behaving correctly or as expected.

Unit testing, for example, requires technical knowledge of the codebase, compared to accessibility testing which doesn’t. Both of these and more, are described in this blog by our Lead Developer James Coleman…

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How do you migrate from Backbone/ERB to React?

BugHerd has survived for nine years as a successful SaaS product built using Backbone, jQuery and Rails. Over that time, it’s been relatively easy to ignore new technology in favour of stability (and there was a period of inactive development)…

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