The Tester Award

Tester Award

Is there someone who’s come up with a really innovative project in your company? Or an idea to change the way you work. Tell us about it, nominate them.

Entry Criteria

Criteria for the Tester Award category:

– Nominee works in a tester role/carries out testing as part of their role.
– Nominee works for a tech business/in a tech role

Successful nominations should detail but not be limited to the following:

– What this tester does which makes them stand out
– Have they implemented any Automated testing? If so, what impact has it had on the business?
– What impact does their testing have on the business
– Anything else notable that the judges might be interested in

2022 Winner

Aimee Bloodworth

The work of QA testers is difficult, as one tester is often facing a workload of multiple issues from several developers. Aimee tackles this workload head on and always impresses with her tireless commitment to testing. Aimee has been with Artlist for just over a year and in that time she has become and expert in testing our software products, built up and trained a new QA team (who think she’s amazing), introduced new processes and studied and passed her ISTQB exams, Whilst technical skills are important, Aimee goes out of her way to develop strong and productive working relationships and is always willing to help those around her. She deals with even difficult conversations calmly and fairly. Aimee has become a leading voice in our social team, helping to arrange a range of activities include football matches, lunches and team away days. She spends her time outside of work making her own clothes and likes to flex her creative muscles across a whole host of creative endeavours. We couldn’t ask for a better all-rounder to join our team. It is rare to get technical, creative and emotional intelligence in one person so we think Aimee is a rare beast and should be congratulated.

2022 Finalist

Cassie Bishop

2022 Finalist

Ravikalaa Krishnan