Make Your Website The Best It Can Be With Quality Assurance Testing
After investing all your time and money into launching your website, the worst outcome you can have is realizing that your website is riddled with defects that make it unusable. Not only will you have to spend more of your time and money to fix these defects, but you also damaged your reputation right out of the gate. Quality Assurance prevents you from ever experiencing this outcome. Our QA testing is designed to catch flaws before your website goes live.
Quality Assurance is not a part of web development or web design. It is an independent process where QA testers evaluate a product multiple times for any errors or weaknesses before it’s launch. The earlier you catch these errors, the better. Our intensive QA testing is implemented at the beginning of each of our web projects. At the end of each stage of our work processes, we review our work for any errors and improve our practices to prevent those errors in the future.
We hold our work to incredibly high standards, but we are not perfect. To ensure that your website provides the best user experience, we have 7 different QA tests we put our work through.
Functionality evaluates the user interface to make sure it is an effortless experience. Each link, button, menu, form, and all other features should operate just as expected.
Performance testing is one of the most important steps in QA. The testing reveals how your website responds in normal and high-volume work environments. It assesses how your website holds up when it’s strapped for resources.
User testing focuses on the user’s experience on the website. Testers explore the site to look for anything that could disrupt a user’s experience. They look at the website from a user’s perspective, looking for anything that is unclear, confusing, or broken.
Compatibility testing checks your website’s performance on different browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. It also checks your website’s performance on different devices like mobile phones.
During security testing, your website will be analyzed to find any vulnerabilities. Those vulnerabilities will then be buffed up to better defend against cyberattacks.
QA testers look through the source code for any remaining bugs that were missed in the development process.
QA testing does not end when your website launches. We continue to do QA testing as your website is live to provide the best user experience.