Students needed for paid software testing


August 26th, 2015

The University is currently creating a new online portal for prospective students to use during their application process. We would like to meet with University students and test the system to ensure that it is intuitive and simple to use. We especially want to ensure that it is accessible for disabled users.

This testing will take place between Monday 7 and Wednesday 16 September, and participants will need to be able to make their way to King’s Meadow Campus (served by the 902 hopper bus). No previous experience of software testing is required. The sessions will involve:

  • Using the system to complete a series of common tasks
  • Giving feedback on the system usability

Students will receive a £10 Amazon voucher for an hour’s testing of the system. If you are interested in participating, please enter your details into the online registration form.

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