I love my team – Convince your boss to buy the Device Lab

One of our biggest client sectors are agencies, they kitting out in-house developers with our complete testing solution called the Agency package. Even though they sell well and the package suites the agencies, developers working for these agencies keep asking us for a little help to convince the boss that they need this tool.

Below are only a few reasons why you need the Device Lab and we have also packaged them into a PDF: Convince your boss | Device Lab PDF

 

1_ Bring order to chaos

Instead of having mobile devices floating around in your office, establish a professional setup with one or several mobile testing stations that keep your devices systematically organized, easily available and readily charged.

2_ Speed up your development

The Device Lab helps you go from landscape to portrait on all attached devices in two seconds – simply turn it around on your table (it has a small footprint) and you’re all set! Plus, you’re looking at your devices like if they were a display – that means you won’t have to clumsily switch from operating keyboard and mouse to holding your 599$ device.

3_ Don’t miss out on bugs

By keeping a full mobile testing environment readily available for everyone, there’s no excuse for not testing your projects on the platforms you require. For your developers, mobile testing will become easy and hassle-free, since they can simply grab the lab and have a go!

4_ Circulate your Lab

The Device Lab is portable, so once you’ve set it up, it is not bound to a specific desk. Any developer can simply pick it up and take it to her workplace, then pass it on once she’s done testing.

5_ Impress your clients

Show your clients you mean business with your responsive strategy and explain to them how awesome mobile testing has become since introducing the Device Lab. They will be thrilled when they see all their target platforms lined up and ready for testing in a stylish manner!

6_ Add some style

Besides saving you a great deal of time and hassle, the Device lab stands proud and stylish on any developers desk. You don’t develop your awesome projects on a rusty 486 computer either, right?

7_ Make a testing statement

Ever thought about why your developers miss out on testing for mobile platforms? It’s not because they’re lazy, it’s because they lack infrastructure. Invest into your Device lab and show your people that after building the latest and greatest of frontend fancy, it’s just as important to make sure it actually works!

 

I love my team you say? Show them!

How has the Device Lab helped you? Let me know in the comments below

 

DeviceLab workstations

We love our community!

Take a look at the following workstations sent by our favorite customers and partners. It makes us happy to know you guys are rocking the world and we are proud to work with you.

If you use Device Lab and Ghostlab, we would love to see how your workstation looks like too.

Don’t hesitate to send us your workstation photos. Don’t have a Device lab? Visit devicelab.vanamco.com to order.

You can tweet them here: @ghostlabapp

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Now it’s your turn!
Share your workstation with us:
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Get yours at devicelab.vanamco.com

See you on the other side!

The DeviceLab team

Ghostlab & Unic browser testing, behind the scenes

We are proud to work with Unic

It is always great to know a client is happy using our products to do browser testing, and Unic is a very special one.

Using Ghostlab has made the iteration between Unic front-end engineers and designers more efficient and to prove that, the guys at Unic created a great video to showcase how Ghostlab has uniquely created a more effective workflow. Check it out below.

Making of Unic Device Lab from Unic on Vimeo.

Browser testing – who is Unic?

Unic is a leading provider of high-quality e-business solutions in Europe. With solutions for communication, sales and cooperation, we increase our customers’ success. Unic provides integrated solutions from one source: we combine competencies in consulting, creation, implementation and operation. Unic solutions create measurable added value, quality and stability. As an owner-managed group, Unic relies on independence in the strategic and operating management. Unic has been successful in the market since 1996 and is today represented in three countries with 260 employees.

We evaluated Software for our Device Lab. The Ghostlab developer team was quick to understand our specific issues, and was able to present us with solutions expertly and constructively at all times.

We hope that this story has inspired you and we want to thank Unic and wish to always collaborate with them on their exciting new projects!

If you guys want to check their work, you can head over to Unic

The Ghostlab team

Efficiency Rethought: Meet Matthias the Ghostlab Architect

A new kind of efficiency: how we work

One of our most important values at Vanamco is the focus on improving efficiency and workflow. So it makes sense that our Ghostlab browser testing app is designed to do just that. By enabling seamless testing across all devices simultaneously, Ghostlab reduces avoidable workloads and frees up development teams to focus on the thing that really matters – their creativity. This in turn streamlines the process and boosts productivity, leaving more room for innovation and saving money for our users’ businesses.

How do we know? Because we count ourselves among Ghostlab’s users – as you’ll be hearing in a moment from our own coder Matthias Christen, whose ideas are making developers’ lives easier every day. But first we’d like to give you an insight into our in-house development and teamwork culture at Vanamco, and explain how a team-wide collaborative approach is central to our own creative process.

Why it makes sense

Between the moment when an idea is born and the point where it comes to life in a tangible product, the timeframe depends on how effective our team is at working together. The complexities involved in designing, developing and implementing ideas mean that transparency and integrated teamwork at every step of the process is absolutely crucial. Even small decisions made now can have a knock-on effect through the entire chain, setting the team back and creating workloads of sideways and backwards steps.

By learning to think collectively as a team, engaging in constant feedback and discussion, and taking group responsibility for each decision, we can build trust and create the forward momentum for the big picture. Keeping everyone in the loop and actively involved, breaking deliverables down to be more lightweight, and closing the efficiency gaps throughout the team means that we’re able to be more efficient – so that Ghostlab can make businesses more efficient for its users.

Learning to think collectively

It’s no longer good enough to assign boilerplate tasks to individual colleagues and expect them to reveal their efforts at the next group meeting. That way of working leaves too many gaps for miscommunication, wasted time and potential dead-ends. It’s why on all our projects, we encourage pooling ideas and decisions, and learning to think collectively.

To create a steady flow of meaningful work, and to avoid backwards steps, every member of the team needs access to brainstorms, discussion of ideas and decision-making. When small problems are solved as a team along the way, it makes overall challenges more hassle-free and more manageable, which results in better products and services at the end of the line.

However, our idea of collaboration is not a rule, but more an environment. It’s about creating the opportunity for more focused teamwork across an entire project, and a space that allows every member the freedom to express their own ideas, without the frustration of reworking and taking backwards steps. This way, everyone’s skill sets are put to their best use – which ultimately makes team members feel more integral and hopefully happier!

Keeping in the loop

With the exponential growth in new systems for devices emerging all the time, it’s crucial that we’re able to cover all bases. That’s why a tandem approach to solving problems, big or small, is so much more effective than previous models. Creating unified solutions across all devices means a unified approach must be encouraged within the team at every step, which means keeping every member in the loop at all times.

The old ways of delegating checklist jobs to workers who perform each task and wait around impatiently for the next assignment, are thankfully disappearing. But plenty of opportunity is still wasted through outdated and time-intensive meetings where those not in the loop need to be brought up to speed. By keeping everyone within communication loops at all times, feedback becomes an ongoing process which actually helps a project to gather more momentum, rather than slowing things down.

This enabling of a continuous back-and-forth between different parts of the team, of course, is a process that requires some commitment and can take some getting used to. Everyone needs to be onboard – otherwise it can have a knock-on effect that slows the project and adds avoidable hours onto timesheets. That’s why it’s vital that any potential complexities within the project are communicated right away, and team members get together regularly to discuss ideas.

And last, but certainly not least – having people on the same page from the start to finish of a project also takes the pressure off individuals, whose work everyone is up to speed on, without the need for grand unveilings further down the line.

Breaking problems down and building trust

Of course, bringing ideas to life involves showing new work to colleagues from time to time – but the key here is to ensure that any such deadlines are frequent and that deliverables are kept lightweight. This means encouraging the team to always keep up to date by sharing sketches and first-step ideas with colleagues, rather than waiting to reveal the fully-formed solution.

By enabling team members to stay on-track with the progress of a project, right through design and development, it means we can engage in meaningful debate along the way and identify any potential spanners in the works. As soon as it’s possible to present a basic example of a new idea, we check to see if it fits with the shared collective idea of where the project should be headed.

Colleagues are invited to discuss the pros and cons of prototype ideas though bite-size sketches, allowing feedback before anyone works in the wrong direction. This is a huge advantage when looking for a more efficient workplace set-up. Crucially though, it’s also about creating trust within the team – if a new idea comes to fruition that might affect the team’s work, the whole team needs to be involved, through a transparent creative process.

Closing efficiency gaps

Efficiency gaps can rear their ugly heads whenever teamwork starts to stutter. This can be a result of a multitude of sins – not enough communication, or motivation, or simply not being on the same page. And these gaps can grow quickly on a fast-moving project, which is why it’s doubly vital that feedback loops are free-flowing between designers, developers, and everyone else on the team.

Accountability for workloads and decision-making is made easier if we can track what everyone else on the team is up to. This creates room for more innovation and less backtracking, so that the team can focus on what they really love – making better products and helping users gain a richer understanding of what Ghostlab can do for them.

One such key player in our team is Matthias Christen. Since joining to work on Ghostlab at the beginning of 2013, Matthias has played a central role in the app’s development, and in last month’s blog Matthias was described by our frontend developer Andi Dysart as “the genius that codes the products and brings ideas to life”.

We caught up with Matthias to find out his thoughts on how the project is making headway:

1. What’s your name, how did you come to Ghostlab and what is your role?

My name is Matthias Christen, and on my first day at Vanamco in January 2013 I received Florian’s prototype of what was later to become Ghostlab. Today I’m responsible for the architecture and most of the coding of Ghostlab, which ranges from the low-level native C++/ Objective C code, up to the JavaScript/HTML5/CSS frontend code.

2. How does your role fit into the team?

It’s my job to come up with new ideas, and also to listen to new ideas from other team members and our users. The next stage is about thinking how those ideas might fit into Ghostlab, how they could be integrated technically, and then finally carrying out the actual implementation. I also answer technical support tickets, but I’m glad I can leave all the marketing and sales to Andi because he’s doing such a good job at it.

3. What’s your favorite part of your job?

I enjoy trying out and prototyping new ideas, and integrating them further down the line as new features in Ghostlab. Overall, I also enjoy the everyday process of creating a user-friendly software architecture.

4. Can you describe some of the professional challenges in your role?

Ghostlab has grown into a pretty complex project over the last one and a half years. For me personally, this has been both a challenge and a great chance to hone my software architecture and engineering skills.

5. What’s been your proudest achievement project-wise whilst working with on Ghostlab?

I’m proud of having grown the prototype code into a full app which our users find useful today – and which we ourselves use all the time when we develop webapps.

 

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Each month we’ll be introducing you to some of the faces in our eclectic team here in Zurich, to open the doors on Ghostlab and hopefully give insights into what motivates us behind the scenes. As ever, we’d love to hear your thoughts on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube and below, and hear your stories about how efficiency and Ghostlab have affected you.

 

Browser testing made easy: Meet the Ghostlab team

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Often when we first meet people our topic of conversation is what they do for a living. Our lives are centered around how we earn our living and at Vanamco we have an interesting dynamic: we created a browser testing application designed to make developers lives easier and save businesses money. Behind this is our team – driving each other to deliver a better, stronger product and have a good time doing it. Over the coming months we’re going to introduce you to our team and get to know the who and why behind Ghostlab. We’re hoping that through our team, we can provide an open channel of communication – we want to know what you think, how you work, why you work and how we can make it easier for you to use Ghostlab.

Each time we introduce a team member, we’re going also talk about a topic surrounding our values for our team and workplace. As workplaces evolve, move to the cloud and become geographically scattered our attitudes and values must be transparent and clear so the team are consistently working towards achieving their goals. Our clients come from a diverse range of backgrounds and through providing our app and service we have learnt about many different working situations – and we’d love to share some of our insights as much as hearing yours. Given this is our first team post, we’re also going to give you a little background into how Ghostlab came to be.

Ghostlab is the product of Swiss company, Vanamco, based in Zurich. “Vanamco” stands for “vanilla ambient computing”. That’s computing applications and services that are built to work out of the box, use at your home and on the road, and provide you with the information you need in any context. Our skillsets rely around information architecture, responsive design, web engineering and customer satisfaction. We have grown to service clients such as CreditSuisse, RS Technick and Unic, just to name a few. Since launching Ghostlab (and also DeviceLab), the application has been used by major clients such as Bose, R/GA, Lego and Envato. More importantly however, we have been recognised for our work with Ghostlab amongst our industry peers as a quality product and major player in browser testing solutions. Now, we’re still humble! The point we are trying to make is that behind this success and quality application are 1) the customers and 2) our team. We learn from our customers and we develop our products to meet their needs – and now we want to share with you how and why!

This month, Andi Dysart, a front-end developer and self-announced ‘product maker, for lack of a better term’ will talk about his role at Vanamco. Essentially, Andi was a key player in bringing Ghostlab to market. But firstly, let’s begin with one of the key values that underpins the Ghostlab team: efficiency.

Our last blog post was about how a business can save money with in-house browser testing. Ghostlab itself is designed to promote efficiency for businesses by a company that states and upholds a ‘we build rock solid and fast’ mentality. So, it goes without saying that we strive within our team to be efficient. Why? In short, valuing efficiency cultivates the team and teamwork, innovation, accountability (internally and with our customers) and ultimately culminates in the delivery of a great tool we as a team can stand proudly behind. Let’s break it down a little further.

Team work

Learning to cooperate together on various tasks reduces workloads for all employees by enabling them to share responsibilities or ideas. Teamwork also reduces the work pressure on each member of the team, which allows them to be thorough in the completion of the projects . In sharing ideas or responsibilities, every employee should have a role that suits their specialization. It’s important to recognise the levels of interest in the project at hand, which positively influences the efficiency or speed of their output in accomplishing the task.

When a task is handed to a well-trained and efficient team, the team’s work pace assures that the task will be completed quickly and accurately. This is most helpful for a product like Ghostlab, where efficient team members from different backgrounds work together. This leads us to a thriving, efficient team capable of delivery as a whole. The result getting to enjoy great customer satisfaction!

Innovation

With the team running efficiently, we see the next benefit: room to innovate. Working well together means a comfortable space where people feel encouraged to share their ideas and problem solving skills. Team members become accustomed to processing brainstorming information, and Ghostlab benefits from the variety of suggestions that come from effective teams. There are several reasons why employee proactivity and innovation might contribute to increasing company performance. First, many new businesses are now relatively decentralized and employees need to work without close supervision, not that Ghostlab is, but small teams generally work individually to produce the bulk of their work. Thus, proactive and innovative behaviours are necessary. Secondly, the team knows everything: they know what is going on, what customers want and need, what inefficiencies lie in the system. Without their suggestions, we may ignorantly be relying on potentially outdated products, services and procedures. True innovation can only come from a team with the space to cultivate it. We are proud to have innovation within our team and even prouder that so much of it comes from working as an efficient team.

Accountability

The actual production of Ghostlab depends on the accountability within our team, because we are accountable to our customers! Accountability drives efficiency – are we all working the best way we can to achieve our common goals? Who is responsible for what and delivering when? When do we need to be delivering these changes to customers and how are we going to do it? These are some common questions that come up in the day-to-day running of an app like Ghostlab. Realising that within our team, our individual responsibilities add up to delivering on our responsibilities to our customers. People are relying on us and our product; for their business, on behalf of their clients and oftentimes for themselves. We are accountable! Again, it’s efficiency that must drive our team to deliver and be accountable: ‘work with attention to detail, but work fast and with purpose – we have people relying on us!’. As the mentality trickles through individuals and through the team we begin to see the benefits in the ultimate result: Ghostlab itself.

Browser Testing Rethought: Delivering a quality product

This is the core of what it is all about. The final delivery of a quality product, with attentive support and ongoing commitment. Efficiency as a value leads to our team being productive, innovative and accountable and that has led us to delivering an application that is productive, innovative and accountable. It’s quite a simple cycle and a simple point, and that’s why it’s good to step outside the walls of your office (virtual or otherwise) and see what values lead your business to where you want it to go. Now, as promised, we chat to Andi – front-end developer, adventurer, product maker and Tweeter of the things like the world’s longest word. Experienced with front end development but able to change hats, Andi now also maintains the websites, documentation and marketing. We asked Andi the quick five questions we’re going to ask all team members we profile:

What’s your name, how did you come to Vanamco and what is your role?

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My name is Andi Dysart, I’m a frontend developer and a “product maker” for a lack of a better term. I’m sure there is a hip job description out there somewhere.

I came about the idea for Ghostlab due to the need for seeing the whole design not just the first viewport and wanting it to work on all my devices and not be platform biased. Furthermore, I’m a lazy developer and didn’t want to test forms or a menu click on 8 devices for every refresh. I was using Shadow from Adobe before this, they delivered the first mobile testing product.

Now, my general daily role with Ghostlab is maintaining the websites and documentation. I’m also on the Twitter, marketing and other social platforms.

How does your role fit into the team?

I test and develop new ideas, then build a package creating a product that can be sold. I am pretty much everywhere from the idea phase through to developing functions, design and coding, social media, building street cred and customer service. I wear all the different hats needed to develop and launch a product. But thats only a small part, Matthias Christen is the genius that codes the products and brings ideas to life.

What’s your favorite part of your job?

Seeing people use the products we make, images on Twitter, videos, blog posts and speakers talking about them at conferences. Then you see where your “baby’s” ended up and how they are used. Another this is coding and learning something new, the team here is pretty relaxed and hacking around to solve problems (or make frankenstein solutions) is welcomed. I get the most pleasure being a humble developer building small custom made websites.

What has been a professional challenge in your role?

Having to change hats so often. Making my little brain change from say, coding in a very structured and focused way to coming into a creative flow and idea development. I guess its that left/right brain? If that makes sense.

What’s been your proudest achievement project-wise whilst working with Ghostlab?

Bring the product to market. So much work was involved, and then it paying off by upping the game in the web and mobile testing segment. Doing one thing and doing it well.

There you have it:

“Doing one thing and doing it well”

. Andi is just one in the Vanamco team, and we are looking forward to having you meet us over the coming months as we open up about our workplace and how we go about bringing Ghostlab to you.

As always, we’d love your thoughts, feedback and questions. Reach out on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and below. We’d also love to know about other workplaces – how do you experience efficiency, has Ghostlab maybe even been a part of that journey?

How to save time and money with inhouse browser testing

How to save time and money with inhouse browser testing

A brand or company’s presence online is more important in 2014 than it ever has been before. The world is shifting towards an entirely virtual marketplace. As such, how a brand looks and interacts with their customers online is one of the key elements to continued success. With money and time to be invested, web and browser testing are important considerations in getting it right online.

At Vanamco, we don’t just believe in our product, we genuinely believe in improving the options and services for browser testing so businesses have the best chance at continuing to grow online. So today on the blog, we’re going to look at how changing the way you manage this crucially important process in your business can have a greater impact and ultimately save you time and money.

Test for Success

We probably don’t think about it enough, but, the web browser is the most-used kind of software in the world. Companies like Google have headed a push forward with products like Google Docs and Maps, making all computing tasks feasible online. There’s no doubt integration into this online space is key to a brand growing their presence amongst their target audience. At the hub of a brand’s online presence will be their own website. Building a website is no longer that simple either – it must be responsive, fast, optimised, good looking and 100% functional on a multitude of devices and browsers. That’s already a lot of time, money and work for business servicing their industry and customers.

Complete testing of web-based systems can help avoid a range of issues across sites before they are sent live to the public – you can iron out the kinks and errors without the pressure of servicing customers in real time. Not too mention there’s security elements, accessibility, basic functionality and site performance to test as well. Again, it seems like a lot to take on – but attention to detail as you build your brand online will ultimately save time and money in the future when you have efficient and productive digital assets that in many ways can become self manageable. Getting your audience around on your site from A to B, whatever your goals are, should be the priority and effectively managing your web browser testing can mean a much quicker and sustainable reaching of this point.

How can this happen effectively in the everyday running of the business?

Let’s start at the foundation. Firstly, you know your brand better than anyone else. You know what you want your customers to see and experience when interacting with your brand online so it really needs to be you who has the final approval across the board. Secondly, this process needs to be as efficient and cost effective as possible. Many companies can simply not afford to be paying agencies a retainer, and in addition to the financial cost, the time spent briefing/emailing/meeting is time that could be better spent working within the business.

The Solution For Browser Testing

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Bring your browser testing in house. Yep, it’s that simple. No agency retainers. No messy back and forth to get it right. An application like Ghostlab is a system making in-house testing simple and manageable. Figure out some basic internal communication with your developer team, or if you have basic HTML/CSS skills you can manage it yourself, and integrate the tool into the running of your business. If it’s a site redevelopment or an exciting new campaign, you’ll want to be looking good and running smoothly on as many interfaces as possible. Brief the team and work together to get it right before you go live.

Let’s have a little bit more of a detailed look.

Usability and Layout

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Usability is all about how people feel when they are using your site. Spotting obstacles that could create frustrations for your audience will be invaluable to having them make the next step in engaging with you. So, what would you be looking for?

  • Links – are they all functional? Are the buttons working and appealing to the user?
  • Pagination and navigation – do you have enough pages so the information is structured? However, is it as simple as it can be for a user to get around? Is the navigation suitable across a range of interfaces and what is the best solution for ensuring it caters to as many as possible?
  • Titles, tags and categorisation – are your systems logical? Are your titles relevant? Are you using tags effectively?
  • Layout – is the text clear and concise? Is the colour palette non abrasive and consistent? What elements of layout are affected by different browsers? Are your ‘Calls to Action’ and most important navigational items easy to reach from different parts of the website?
  • Under the hood – how is everything ticking over under the hood of the site? What issues or bugs may impede your customers experience on your website?

These are all major questions you can answer yourself and within your team by bringing your testing in-house. Having a constant awareness of your brand and online presence within your team will mean these questions can be answered. Additionally, problems can be spotted and assigned immediately within the team as opposed the time consuming process of having an agency report the problems and then for this problem to be assigned within the team – essentially more efficient financially and productivity wise.

Communication issues and labour cost

As just mentioned, the financial and productivity benefits of in-house testing and equally impactful and long-lasting. A tighter stream of communication means the issues are understood and problems solved much quicker. Lengthy email chains, briefing and assumed knowledge often play a part in delaying the fixing of an issue and not only will this sometimes frustrating process be avoided, the labour cost you or your team would have to invest beyond getting the issue fixed will now be a financial saving.

Brand culture within the team

When working in larger teams spread out across departments the net for solutions becomes wider. If everyone is working under the same roof, different departments can collaborate on in house-testing and actively participate in the solutions – in real time and across the span of the project.

Further, in-house testing opens your employees minds up to the way the brand looks and feels to a customer. Encouraging the analytic process and problem solving within your team will create a stronger loyalty to the brand itself -so it is the best it can be in the digital space. In-house testing also says to your employees that you value what you think and their contribution to the brand you are all working towards establishing.

Direct interaction with customers

You and your team know your customers the best, wouldn’t you say? Get progressive feedback and refinement from the team and directly with your customers adapting to their needs. Online behaviour changes constantly in large and small ways and understanding how your customers are interacting with the brand online will simply push your brand into becoming better and better for customers to interact with. This direct interaction with customers is invaluable and as it is quantifiable with methods like browser testing, brands are in a more powerful position to connect and adapt than ever. As wonderful as social media can be to connect, there are things our customers don’t say, but the data does!

Get the job done with existing resources

As an example, Ghostlab is so easy to use anyone with basic HTML and CSS skills can find and fix small bugs or problems. Within the modern team or business network, these skills are becoming easier to find and chances are they will exist within your team. In fact, many business have a full dev team that may be working with many different applications who could even be more efficient with a single, identified system.

Essentially, what all this means is that you can rely on existing resources to transition in-house testing into your team. Knowing you can keep your testing in house means you can spend more time make internal processes better and working within the business, rather than trying to find the right agency at the right price to handle it for you.

History

When it first started, browser testing mostly consisted of the simple page load. This resulted in a multitude of companies creating tools for users. However, today it is about testing for the full user experience. In fact, the impacts of such testing has led to the rapid progression of the way sites look and function over the past few years. The ongoing financial demands of outsourcing this work can now be avoided with in-house testing, and it’s an investment of knowledge within your team that will be invaluable as the digital space becomes crowded and your brand needs to evolve.

By making multiple-browser (desktop and mobile) testing completely automated, you’ve got time to look at stats and a real-time, synchronised format perfect for making quick decisions and fixes along the way. Check out just how easy it is in this one short video.

A powerful inspection tools tells you what you need to know fast, rather than multiple bouts of trying to find the exact cause of your issues. Less time spent looking means more time to fix, and that’s always a good thing! Knowing exactly what’s going on for yourself rather than waiting for a team to come back to you with an assessment and bill means stress off your mind and a simpler internal process. In-house testing with Ghostlab has already proven to be successful for developers and companies like Andrew Clarke, LEGO, Envato , Bose and R/GB – all experts and leaders in their respective fields.

Are the benefits of in-house testing something you’d like to see impact your business saving you time and money? Maybe, you’re a developer looking for an comprehensive solution that’s as easy for you as it is impressive to your clients… Regardless, it could well be worth trying an all in one application like Ghostlab. Currently, you can give it a try and see if it suits you and your business needs by having free access to Ghostlab for seven days. During this time we offer full support so you can adjust and understand the application. Extensive documentation and personal support – we’re available to help you integrate Ghostlab. For the more advanced users, luxuries like simple forms, shortcuts and set-up from any server in the world means quicker and faster results with complete flexibility (and customisation options!). Alternatively, if you’d like to know more before you go ahead and want to talk with someone from the Ghostlab team, please email, Tweet or Facebook us and we’ll get back to you!

We’d also love to know if we have covered everything in our article – so let us know your thoughts below in the comments!

If you’re using Ghostlab already we’d love to hear how it has helped you and explore what else it may be able to do for you and your business.

Hello App Store!!

Today Ghostlab App is available via the Apple App Store!

Download via the Apple store or ghostlab.vanamco.com

Ghostlab in the Apple app store