UIlicious raises US$1.5m Pre-Series A round led by Monk's Hill Ventures

By Tai Shi Ling | March 25, 2021

We're proud to announce today our US$1.5m Pre-Series A round led by Monk's Hill Ventures. Justin Nguyen, Partner at Monk's Hill Ventures, joins us on the Board of Directors, bringing two decades of experience in Silicon Valley as a founder and software engineer at early-stage tech startups. With the support of Justin and Monk's Hill Ventures, we're excited to bring UIlicious to the next stage of our evolution. It's been a long journey since we founded the company 4 years ago. We're very grateful to our earliest supporters that believed in our vision of how UI testing should be done and bought our product after we left early access in 2018. Your feedback (and also every single bug report) has been invaluable to us, in guiding us to make UIlicious better, faster, and smarter.

What's next?

We plan to expand our test infrastructure, to support the new Edge browser (coming soon!), as well as mobile browser testing on real mobile devices (by the end of the year).

We've also recently released the new Test Suites feature, and there'll be more to come to help you better organize and manage your test execution and reporting.

And, we'll be working on features to improve team communication and collaboration, such as report annotations, and integration with popular issue tracking tools like Jira.

Do check out the public roadmap on Trello, and give the features you're looking forward to a thumbs up. If you have a suggestion, we'd love to hear it on our community forum here.

We're hiring!

If you want to join us on our mission to build a better web, join our engineering team! We're hiring for the following roles:

Find out more about the roles here. Send us your CV at [email protected].

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About Tai Shi Ling

Cofounder CEO of UIlicious. I've been coding for over a decade. Building delightful user interfaces is my favorite part of building software. I named the product UIlicious because I wanted folks to build UI that was delicious. Corny, I know.