What Should You Look for in the Ideal Beta Tester?
One of the most important facets of product testing is identifying and finding an audience that will help you make your products better. When planning a product test, perhaps the most vital question to ask when determining who will test your product is, whose feedback will be the most important to your product’s development?
3 Agile Inspired Testing Ceremonies
There are a couple of big differences between traditional beta testing and delta testing. Perhaps one of the most significant is delta testing’s focus on working within Agile environments (vs. waterfall). Many parts of the delta testing methodology are pulled directly from common forms of Agile development.
How to User Test Your Product for Any Phase of Development
These quick user testing insights will help you identify which types of tests will deliver actionable, real-world-driven recommendations that increase product success.
20 Tips from 20 Years of Centercode
Since Centercode was founded back in 2001, we've learned a lot about what goes into becoming a highly skilled and competent user testing professional. Experience is a great teacher after all! What's even better is you don't have to work in the field for 20 years to benefit from our two decades of insights.
Technographics: Your Shortcut to Improving Interoperability
With consumers adopting more and more smart tech, the everyday spaces of your customers has become an interoperability minefield. The key to navigating that minefield without a performance blowup? Tapping into an aspect of growing importance within the realm of beta testing: technographics. Today we’re talking technographics — what they are, why they matter, who […]
How Defined Processes are Shaping CV Success in 2020
As a research analyst for Centercode, the best part of my job is using data and research practices to uncover insights on the Customer Validation industry. It’s my responsibility to collect and analyze data, then use it to provide recommendations that empower CV teams like yours to grow and thrive. (I know, it’s thrilling stuff!) […]