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BugHuntress QA Lab

"We test the Future"

BugHuntress testers say "We test the future" and it is true: they are the first users of software which could become the IT mainstream for future years: e-Communities, mobile applications, consumer electronics, and security software. Software testing company BugHuntress QA Lab is a leading Ukrainian QA/QC service provider. Founded in 2001, BugHuntress QA Lab is a time-proved QA/QC partner of a number of the leading companies from the USA and the EU.

Main services:
- Automated and manual software testing
- Dedicated testing teams
- QA/QC support for companies which outsource software development
- Independent verification and validation of software products
Core domains:
- Business (ERP, CRM)
- Web 2.0 (e-Communities, e-Commerce)
- Mobile / wireless systems
- System, security applications
- Embedded complexes
The company headquarters is situated in Kharkiv - 'Silicon Valley' of Ukraine while the representative office is based the USA

Our Website: http://www.bughuntress.com


Latest Content From BugHuntress QA Lab

Whitepaper: Mobile Usability Testing: Problems and Solutions

by BugHuntress QA LabJan 28, 2008

A high degree of usability in mobile applications can be a winning competitive advantage in the present software market. BugHuntress QA Lab�s independent software testing showed that high-quality user interfaces occurred in about 70 percent of desktop applications while in mobile applications the number is only about 40 percent. Most mobile usability problems cannot be overcome immediately. As a result, a reasonable solution for software vendors is cooperation with testing companies that specialize in the field of software usability. These specialists can provide expert recommendations on how to improve user interface. Moreover, a fresh, comprehensive and unbiased view on the software is a proven way to mitigate go-to-market risks. This paper covers such topics as: What Is Usability; Basic Standards of the User Interface; Mobile Standards; Mobile Interface Peculiarity; Speed vs. Satisfaction; Landscape Mode; General Problems of Mobile Usability; Successful Solutions; Automation of Usability Testing; and Independent Usability Testing Services.