Why BugFinders is considered part of the ecommerce strategy at Web-Blinds

Posted by Stephen Daniels on Wednesday 3 October 2018

Who did we work with?

Web-Blinds is the trading name of Hillarys, a manufacturer and retailer of made-to-measure window blinds, shutters, curtains and awnings.

What was the aim?

A new website was built to improve the UX across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices whilst the open-source Magento eCommerce platform was upgraded from version 1.1 to 1.4. UX was paramount to the success of the new website, which was seen as the fulcrum of the company’s digital transformation. Fluctuating website launch dates created a need for rapid, thorough UX testing on a large scale at short notice across all devices. 

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Topics: websitetesting, cross browser testing

How we helped quality cottages double their conversion rate

Posted by Rachel Wilson on Monday 10 September 2018


Quality Cottages uses BugFinders’ testing community to fully test their three holiday cottages websites.

Like many ecommerce organisations – Quality Cottages were struggling to understand why their potential customers weren’t converting. They were challenged with a severe lack of resource and needed to ensure their three holiday-rental websites were correctly working on all devices their visitors used.

They approached us to see how we could help and the results speak for themselves... 

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Topics: CX, cross browser testing, CRO, webtesting, websitetesting, apptesting, Mobile App Testing

Will your site and apps work on the new iPhone 8/Plus, iOS 11 and new Safari?

Posted by Rachel Wilson on Tuesday 19 September 2017

If the Apple marketing machine has done its job properly, you’ll be all too aware that the iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus are now on sale. Along with these Apple device releases comes the potential challenges caused by iOS 11.

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Topics: iphone8, Featured, Crowdtesting, testing, apptesting, webtesting, ecommerce, softwaredevelopment, iOS11, safari, iphone8plus, iphone 8, iphone x, browsertesting, cross browser testing