Quality Assurance (QA testing) is an essential step in the website development process. It helps ensure that the website is functioning as expected and meets the client’s specifications. The following procedure should be followed each time you need to QA a website or webpage that has been newly built or changed.
UX designers take systems that are complicated and make them seem easy. They make processes with many variables easy to understand and flow through. They deliver systems that make sense. When users see these final deliverables and use those systems, they often think “of course it would be that way, how else could it possibly be?”
One of the most overlooked steps is in website and app projects is wireframing. Timing in the project flow is crucial. Here’s how wireframes can make or break a project and how to always get them right.
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Going mobile is not really optional anymore. If a business or organization wants to stay relevant to 75% of Americans in 2014, and to 85% of the world population in 2017, they have to be mobile-friendly.
A Beta version is originally used to refer to software applications that are close to completion. Beta software is still under active development, debugging, and revisions. Beta software typically doesn’t have all features (even sometimes critical ones) implemented fully or at all.