How to Deliver High Quality User Experiences Every Time

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While crash and error free software is certainly part of providing a great user experience, users also expect seamless interactions and fast loading software as standard. Front end performance issues like slow loading pages and clunky navigation pose a genuine threat to how users perceive the quality and usability of your software.

You'll learn to:

  • The common reasons behind poor user experiences
  • How to optimize your applications for your ideal customer
  • How to prioritize engineering resources
  • How to see how versions and new releases impact software performance
  • How the Raygun Platform helps you deliver high quality user experiences

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