Join academic and industry experts to discuss the current landscape in mobile application testing. In an age where emulators and cloud testing are gaining fast ground, we’ll debate the pros and cons of physical device labs including
- What best practices should guide product testing?
- Practical impacts such as time and cost efficiency?
- How the advancement of the Internet of Things influences the direction of mobile testing?
Come and join what promises to be a lively debate, and contribute your views to a White Paper on Mobile Testing by leading global university, University College London, with support from the CTIA.
UCL is particularly interested in meeting people who design or build apps and have a requirement for testing (at any level) whether you’re an individual developer or from a larger company or agency. All views welcome.
We’ll be serving snacks and drinks (soft drinks, wine or coffee) and for those wanting to head to Swedish Beers afterwards, it’s less than 5 minutes walk away.
The venue is just a few minutes walk from either Liceu or Placa Catalunya Metro stations. The full address will be given when you confirm your place.
The event is free to attend, but places are limited as this is a round-table discussion style event. RSVP required so we know how much food and drink to provide for you.
This event is brought to you by University College London, Heroes of the Mobile Fringe and the CTIA.
About UCL DECIDE for business
DECIDE helps you validate your digital business. We offer free user experience consultations, cross-device testing, and large-scale beta testing with detailed use analytics to make sure your business decisions are evidence based, customer focussed and commercially rewarding.
Polish your product with free UX consultancy and tailored user testing, grow your customer base with promotion through App Ambassadors.
Test your product in London’s largest open device library – be sure it works across all the devices, platforms and operating systems that your customers might use.
UCL’s exclusive app store is available for free beta-testing. Push your app out to UCL’s 35,000 staff and students to gather detailed use analytics, use these to learn and iterate with the help of our UX Consultants, and connect directly with users hoping to become your App Ambassadors.