Posts Tagged ‘usability’

Lightweight Usability Testing Rikard Edgren 14 Comments

Usability is an important part of any product (if it’s too difficult to use, it  doesn’t matter how great the functionality is) and thereby an important characteristic for the testing team. But when reading about usability testing, it often involves an outside person trying to use a feature for the first time. Now this is […]

You might be an expert at non-functional testing Rikard Edgren 2 Comments

Now and then I read that testers don’t know enough about Usability, that there is a need for a Performance Testing expert, that a Security consultant should be called in, or that a master of the used technology would make Installation and Compatibility testing possible. This might be true in the general case, but there […]