3 ways to customise BugHerd to suit your team

Whether you’re a seasoned BugHerd lover or a relative newbie, there’s always room for tips to make gathering feedback easier. Today we’re looking at three ways you can customise BugHerd to better suit the way your team works. 1. Customise...

Are you our new Marketing Associate?

We are on the hunt for a Marketing Associate working primarily with our popular Software as a Service (SaaS) product BugHerd. Find out more about the job...

How making sourdough is EXACTLY the same as making a startup.

TikTok lipsyncing, the quest for the perfect zoom background, people injecting disinfectant, and memes… thousands upon thousands of memes. Isolation has done a lot of weird things to people. But one oddity has risen above all the rest (pun most definitely intended), homebrew sourdough. Here's why it's exactly like making a startup...

Our top nerdy Zoom virtual backgrounds

We’re stuck at home, so we may as well fake the location. Millions of folk the world over are adjusting to a new life of remote working. It’s pretty obvious that a huge winner in the SaaS space is web conferencing tool Zoom. These are some of our fave virtual background options...

You wanted to customise your workflow?

You’re now able to add, edit, reorder and delete columns on your Project board(s). This is by far the most requested improvement, so we’re very happy to be able to deliver this to all who have waited so patiently. Find out more...

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...

Should startup teams do daily standups?

A common ritual in software and startup teams is a daily, or weekly standup, huddle or scrum or whatever you wish to call it. It generally means the team (part or whole) has a designated time to all stand-up and communicate. But why should you do a standup (or not)?