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I’ve written an article for Testing Trapez on drawing

Last month my article for Testing Trapez Magazine was published. It’s about using and making drawings to better explain and reach a common understanding with other as a tester in IT projects (But the article applies to any kind of project and any kind of professional position really). Have you ever […]

Drawing wireframes for a better user experience

I’ve made a series of test stories from my favorite test runs. During this test run I cooperated with a company’s designer to construct an optimal task flow in an app. In the end I drew a complete set of wireframes for the app that the developer used for the development process.

TDC FindMMS despair

A rant about the horror that is TDC FindMMS

Ever heard of TDC FindMMS? It’s a service from Danish telecommunications company TDC. I sometimes receive notifications per SMS that I can view an MMS message online. It sounds simple, but TDCs amazing lack of putting any thought into the user flow, allows the rest of us to learn a bunch […]

white hat hacker

A tiny step into security testing with Kali Linux

Have you heard about Kali Linux and security testing? I hadn’t. Not until I went to a penetration / security testing course which introduced me to this gem. It’s a Linux-based penetration testing platform, and its open source, which means free, and in this case also means awesome. You can run it on […]

Using UX mapping to get easy insights on users

I’ve made a series of test stories from my favorite test runs. During this test run I used the method of user experience mapping to show how a target groups satisfaction with a product changed as they interacted with it, thereby finding problem areas for redesign.