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Web UI Testing - A Complete Guide

December 22 2020, 06:53am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

User interface helps users understand what the business is all about, what various functions are contained in the specific software or application, or how it runs. It is the first thing that attracts users to buy products and services when they find a website very friendly and extremely useful for fulfilling their unique requirements.

Web UI Testing Checklist:
  • Test CSS properties of an element.
  • Test font styles such as font color, font size, and font family.
  • Check whether the label test is clearly readable or not.
  • Test validation and error messages. If not displaying correctly, test it again.
  • Check the images – whether it is visible or it is broken, or it contains any watermark.
  • Check the proper alignment of images.
  • Check the content on the website.
  • Check typography errors and fix them.
  • The content fonts on the app should be appropriately aligned.
  • Check grammatical errors or spellings – it should also correct.
  • Check heading tags where you want to display the content.
  • Check data integrity with the database.
  • Check the interlinking of hyperlinking of websites.
  • Check the responsiveness of the website design.
  • Check the formatting, color, and size of the buttons or input fields.
  • Check the usability of an application. For example – the font size used for the content should be accurate for the end-users and the people who read on the website.
  • All the titles & subtitles used in an app should be useful for end-users.
Web UI Testing Tools:
  • Selenium IDE
  • Katalon Studio
  • TestIM
  • Perfecto

Read More about these tools: Web UI Testing Tools



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Can Usability Testing Deliver A Flawless User Experience?

November 30 2017, 06:02am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

user experience testing

Usability Testing is the key to success. In the end, it can be summarized as the process which ensures that the end product meets the users’ demands in order to deliver a flawless user experience.

Types of Usability Testing

# Explorative Testing: Explorative testing is performed in order to analyze what content and functionality the new product should possess to meet the expectations of target audience before releasing a new product. In this type of testing.

# Comparative Testing: This type of testing is performed to compare the usability of two different websites. Comparative tests are usually used to compare a website against a competitor site. However, it can also be used to compare two designs to analyze.

Benefits of Usability Testing

1. Good user interface provides better conversion rate

2. Improved Accessibility

3. Increased user satisfaction resulting in competitive advantage

4. Increases the level of trust among the users that results in longer and stronger relationships

5. Users are better able to achieve their goals which results in the business meeting its targets

6. It minimizes the product failing risks

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