Working with Austin-based PandemicTech and the New Venture Institute at Flinders University, Dr Endalamaw Gadisa has developed a kit to diagnose leishmaniasis.
Through an online platform, Bugdojo connects the coding work of small to medium teams to QA professionals for quick, high-quality testing.
To help businesses to perfect their online presence, startup Loop11 has developed a platform that enables users to run their own detailed usability testing.
Sydney startup Secure Code Warrior has developed an online platform to help train programmers in cybersecurity through a gamified testing process.
I learnt a couple of things last night. The first was that there is an awesome street in Edgecliff near the WeCo Coworking space that has free parking [fist pump] and the second was that there is a group called “Sydney Testers” that meet up monthly and discuss “testing” things. Which in a geek way is pretty bloody awesome.
Usability Fix is Sydney’s first usability testing event for start-ups. It’s based on the idea that start-ups hate doing usability testing with their target market, as it’s costly, time consuming, and we often think there’s better ways of getting feedback – i.e. online tools. Unfortunately, nothing beats face to face feedback from unbiased people.
Unfortunately most business owners do not measure their marketing efforts! They don’t know where their prospects are coming from, which strategies are working, which ones aren’t…