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    Improving Mobile Apps using an Analytical Feedback Approach

    Julian Harty
    Julian Harty
    schedule 3 months ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    There are various ways we can improve the testing of mobile apps. These include:

    • Better testing
    • Test automation
    • Scaling testing
    • Using software tools e.g. static analysis

    For mobile apps we can also incorporate two complementary forms of feedback: analogue - created by humans - such as app store reviews, and digital - built-into the apps - such as mobile analytics. This talk introduces ways we can incorporate both analogue and digital feedback to help us better understand the qualities of our previous work and ways we can improve our work in future so we release better apps while also working more effectively and productively.

    The feedback we receive can help us adapt and react nimbly, reducing the annoyances for users of our apps. We're also able to see beyond our  team's horizon to the rich and varied domains where mobile apps are being used.

  • Karthik Kamal Balasubramaniam
    Karthik Kamal Balasubramaniam
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    45 mins
    Workshop
    Beginner

    With newer trends in the mobile world, there are plethora of apps that every user downloads on their mobile phone. However not every app is an ‘Instagram’  or ‘Snapchat’. The science behind what appeals to a user vs what doesn’t, has been an emerging field of research. There are multiple aspects when it comes to the question ‘What makes your app successful?’. From the core loop of the product to user experience, there are many parameters that decide the fate of an app.

    In this workshop, I would focus on the usability and user experience testing, which helps in product discovery/development. We would discuss briefly about the structure and stages of usability tests. Later we will focus particularly on conducting user tests through hands-on exercises. The session will give you a dip-stick experience into running usability or user tests.

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