Compatibility, User Interface, and Localization Testing

Compatibility, User Interface, and Localization Testing

Compatibility Testing

Compatibility testing — a part of software non-functional tests — is testing conducted on the application to evaluate the application’s compatibility with the computing environment (different hardware; different bandwidth handling; operating systems; database; other system software: Web server, networking/messaging tool, etc.; browser).

Our approach

  • Compatibility matrix is prepared (environment to support requirements is specified, documented, and approved with a vendor).
  • Test scripts are created (functional test scripts can be used).
  • Tests are executed against compatibility matrix according to the priorities and schedule defined.
  • Test result report is prepared (includes application status description and recommendations on application quality improvement).

Deliverables

Compatibility matrix, test scripts, test result report.

Usability and User Interface Testing

Usability testing measures the ease of use of a specific application. Commonly, an application is evaluated by a group of potential users. User Interface testing usually refers to application testing in conformance with standard human interface guidelines, accessibility requirements, or corporate style guides, etc.

Our approach

  • Based on incoming information: business, usability, user interface requirements, checklist(s) is prepared.
  • In case of independent usability expertise, the testing team is created from the pool of available employees.
  • An application is examined according to the prepared documents.
  • Feedback and test result are included in the test result report along with the recommendations on application usability improvement.

Deliverables

Usability / User Interface checklist, test result report

Localization Testing

Localization testing focuses on verifying to what extent a globalized application is adapted to a particular culture/locale.

Our approach

  • Language/culture requirements are documented in the form of instructions.
  • Functional test scripts are created.
  • An application is examined according to functional test scripts taking into account the instructions for every supported language/culture.
  • Test result report is prepared (includes application status description and recommendations on application quality improvement).

Deliverables

Localization testing instructions, test scripts, test result report

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