Are You Meeting Your Users' High Expectations?

Are You Meeting Your Users’ High Expectations?

//Are You Meeting Your Users’ High Expectations?

Perfecto’s new first-of-its-kind solution, called Wind Tunnel™, puts real user conditions smack dab in the middle of your application testing through user profiles.

For example, a hotel app may target a “corporate road warrior” who flies weekly for work, using on-board Wi-Fi and then going on cellular. She’s quickly changing cellular connections, has many social and productivity apps running in the background and is frequently interrupted with emails, calls and texts. In short, she’s a busy power-user who depends on her mobile devices for just about everything.

See our Complete Wind Tunnel Guide for instructions, code samples, and more.

User profiles like this in Wind Tunnel™ contain test conditions for critical issues that must be accounted for to deliver a great digital experience, such as low battery, changes to location or network quality, response during peak usage times and resource conflicts with background apps.

Perfecto will offer a number of preset user profiles to choose from, and will also offer the ability to customize user profiles to your needs.

Check out our infographic below featuring a “corporate road warrior” named Georgia, and four other user profiles that are preset in Perfecto’s Wind Tunnel™.


Shane is Perfecto's Content Marketing Manager. He oversees the company's content production, including the corporate blog, white papers, podcasts and infographics. Shane brought with him to Perfecto 12 years of technology journalism experience in roles such as Managing Editor for InformationWeek and Assistant Managing Editor and Senior Writer at where his writing garnered an ASBPE Award for his blog, "Eye on Microsoft" and a min Editorial & Design Award. You can find Shane obsessing over mobile technology, sports and pop culture on Twitter @smoneill.


  1. Shane O
    John October 14, 2015 at 3:07 am - Reply

    For the road warrior and the gamer they’ve chosen female characters. Interesting…

  2. Shane O
    mobile stores in miami October 16, 2015 at 2:21 am - Reply

    best service ever

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