Whether you are a backend developer or a frontend one – you will know the pains of testing, user acceptance testing in particular. On one hand, it means that the bulk of the work is done – a nearly finished product is ready to be presented. On the other hand, that sometimes means that the worst is yet to come. Errors that are found during UAT testing can be pesky to get rid of if they managed to sneak through previous stages of testing.
What is user acceptance testing? Well, it doesn’t matter if the project in question is, for example, a booking app, or a browser-based game, the steps are very much the same. To take a step back, the idea of UAT testing is to simulate and test as many ‘real’ user scenarios as is possible given the time, staff and resources available for testing. As it is the last stage of testing, it is a very crucial one, since anything that slips past this stage will be included in the final product. This includes bugs as well as problems with usability.
In our new series, we are going to interview digital professionals from front-end developer or UX designer to product owner. This entry is an interview with Kiwani Dolean, a Digital Designer from London, United Kingdom about life in abroad, creativity, design and more.
A well thought out, neatly designed website, represents half of the success of a company. The online market is a highly competitive area today and every wrong step can result in failure. That is why it is so important to think a couple of moves ahead. One of the biggest questions that a business owner faces is deciding between a freelancer or a design agency to handle the design needs of the product. This is a tricky question and hundreds of entrepreneurs keep asking it. If you are one of them, this article will shed some light on this never-ending dilemma.
WordPress is known to be the leading content management system currently available. WordPress started as the most basic CMS for blogging and since it’s emerged as a great publishing tool for any website or web application.