Are you currently creating and designing a website? If yes, you are probably would like to know what to keep in mind before getting into the process. Designing a new website can be and will be a challenging thing. With so many different things to incorporate it’s no wonder many websites struggle putting together the right stuff. With the ever increasing amount of searching the internet for different businesses and information, it’s vital that you design a website that stands out. The following is a guide to the top 10 things you need to keep in mind when creating and designing a website.
Manual testing done great and being the manual tester of your customer’s dreams is no easy task. There are many things to keep in mind to produce the best user acceptance testing results for your customers. A very important concept to remember for testing is quality over quantity. If something isn’t tested thoroughly, you AND your customer’s credibility both take a hit. Why not strive to be on the other end of that spectrum? Here are 12 manual testing tips to be a cream-of-the-crop manual tester by making sure you do everything your customers ask, and then some.
Bug reporting may not be the most fun activity in the world, but doing it the right way by the right person is very helpful and efficient when it comes to optimizing projects. There have been some hideous attempts at bug reporting. Some, from sheer laziness. Others, from forgetfulness. And even some, from over-creativity because there is a multitude of ways you can produce a bad bug report.
A bad bug report would be one that isn’t filed in the right place. It may have useful, clear, and well thought out content but filing it in the wrong place isn’t the best way to communicate with a developer. An example of this would be sending a tweet or an email. Tweets can turn into long chats about finer details. Emails are bad because bug reports aren’t the only things popping up in them. It’s overall an unreliable and decentralized way to send a bug report.
The bug reporting process is usually long, painful and unpleasant for everyone involved, where it’s a lot of times difficult to even define and find the exact problem. Businessmen and simple end users not always speaking the same language as the developers and because of that people are sending more angrier and angrier emails back and forth… the whole thing can be just a terrible experience. Wouldn’t it be great if a bug report would be easy to create and clear to look at while having every piece of relevant information? We have good news for you.
Bug Reporting 101
What is a bug report? Well, a good and easily understandable bug report must contain all the information the developers need in order to identify and fix the problem or problems the report is about. If you want to achieve that in an efficient and headache-free way the bug reporting must be as simple and straightforward as it’s possible. Essentially you have to create a user-friendly bug report.
Gather All the Information You Need, but Only What You REALLY Need
Just search for “bug report” in Google’s image search and after a few seconds of looking at the results close the tab as fast as you can. For those who don’t want to participate in this experiment you’ll see pictures similar to this:
No one wants to deal with a bug report like this. No one wants to deal with “endless chain of emails and screenshots” type of bug reports or bug reports you only heard about over the phone, etc. DebugMe offers a better way: a bug report with all the useful information by one click and a work process in a beautiful kanban system with everything you need to know, visualized. It does sound appealing, doesn’t it?