Using integrations to supercharge design workflow

It’s been a busy few weeks and I am in the process of defining the scope of an exciting new project with the Product team at Invotra. Part of the initial work is creating a schedule of work and an inventory of all of the intranet screens and screen-related components that will form the scope … Continue reading Using integrations to supercharge design workflow

An introduction to APIs

An introduction to APIs APIs are nothing new in the software development world, but the recent outbreak of cloud, mobile and progressive web app technologies has caused a surge in their popularity, especially web-based APIs. What is an API? API stands for “application programming interface”. The keyword here being “interface”, i.e. providing a method of … Continue reading An introduction to APIs

Reinventing your QA strategy

Creating an effective QA strategy can be difficult for any organisation. This can become even more of a challenge as your company and product begin to scale. The temptation is to throw more resources and people at the problem, however, without a solid strategy, the chances of scaling your QA team successfully are slim. In … Continue reading Reinventing your QA strategy

Why being good at Mario Kart Tour might make you a great tester

Introduction The new Mario Kart Tour game has turned into the next big fad in our office, taking all of the basic themes of the classic Mario Kart games and bringing them to mobile. General chat around the office has centred around the different features of the game, what you can unlock and any cool … Continue reading Why being good at Mario Kart Tour might make you a great tester

Experiments with serverless

Just tech hype? These days serverless computing is all the rage - most cloud providers cater for it one way or another. But what use is it? Is it here to stay or is it going to be another one day wonder? The internet is full of such ideas which have fallen by the wayside … Continue reading Experiments with serverless