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Running a web development agency, business owners cannot exist independently of their clients, client collaboration. Effective two-way communication between clients and managers, designers and web developers is a crucial process that can make-or-break the company’s success.
A common way to improve efficiency across the business is by creating systems. Collaboration software is the ideal system that helps clients and web agencies to communicate, collaborate, share files and solve various issues on the fly.
A picture is worth 1000 words. A very familiar quote and it still holds true.
Capturing screen images has become a highly popular mode of visual communication in today’s world. New technologies have enriched working with screenshot images to fit the modern multi-location team structure.
As per studies, 90% of information entering the brain is visual and that visuals are processed 60,000 times faster in the brain than text. To save cost and time and improve productivity, a visual communication tool for your teams to understand issues faster is must-have.
Google’s tech alone didn’t build them into a top company, User Research matters too!
Creatively exploring market preferences is critical for success. Google first gained an initial foothold and held onto it through such evaluations. Such insight, and their acquisition of such continues broadening, then helps informs competitive user engagement strategies. User loyalty is the natural result.
Imagine, for a moment, Google was a condominium with over two billion residents. Do these residents want identical floor plans, fixtures, etc? Definitely not!
Instead, research first helped Google emphasize user personalization. Critical for their expansion, doing so also established current tech trends.
Keep reading for info on Google’s current user research. We will cover study templates, focuses, and trajectory among other facets.
User testing is a bit like sports.
Almost everyone agrees that it is essential, but only a few manage to do it regularly.
Quite often getting your product tested by real people is skipped because of budget constraints and exploding costs in development.
Furthermore, this misconception is fueled by usability professionals frequently charging up to $15,000 to run a simple usability study.
But user testing doesn’t necessarily have to break the bank. Here’s what you can do with a budget of only $100.
You have developed your product sparked by brilliant ideas and are ready to go-live. But have you caught all the bugs in your application? The customer finding it could damage your reputation.
Negative online feedback is just a finger’s swipe away. We all know social media’s viral nature. It can easily make or break brands. It’s nice to have your customers testing the application. But, that’s not feasible, right?
Do we have any smart solutions available? Crowdtesting is the answer.
Successful brands globally are increasingly using Crowdtesting for flawless products. It is a cost-effective and real-world multi-platform testing approach. Let’s explore more.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is one of the most important tests companies need to perform before launching a website or product. Especially if they are developing websites or digital products for clients in their daily business like agencies do.
Building a successful digital product means developing products with your users and customers in mind.
89% of customers will switch to a competitor if they are not happy with your service or digital offering.
It’s as simple as that.
But the good news is: You only need to test your digital product with 5 users before you launch.
Only 5 user tests help you identify most major usability issues and, therefore, help you build better products.
User Acceptance testing is an important – yet often overlooked – step in every software development project. The principle of UAT is simple: It allows you to verify if a solution/software/application works for the user.
Yet its implementation in real life software development teams and processes is something a lot of companies struggle with.
In this article, we guide you through a practical user acceptance testing example, illustrated by testing a Trello feature.
I have a love/hate relationship with test driven development and unit testing.
I’ve been both an ardent supporter of these “best practices,” but I’ve also been more than skeptical of their use.
One of the big problems in software development is when developers—or sometimes managers—who mean well apply “best practices” simply because they are best practices and don’t understand their reason or actual use.