Category: Software Development
How to reduce cost of software testing while improving quality and speed?
The pace of digital transformation is faster than ever before. With it bringing increasing software complexity. There is need to build, deliver software versions at speed while maintaining quality. With exponential increase in software complexity there is a high chance of linear increase in software testing coverage creating a quality risk for the product. Different […]
How to build top-quality software using Acceptance Test Driven Development?
The products with good quality win! Any product’s quality strategy requires to adapt a framework that enables building quality-in. Building quality-in is assuring at every stage of building a product, continuous validation is performed against the needs/requirements of the user. Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) is about discovering the users’ needs collaboratively and writing requirements […]
What is software quality and building quality-in?
Have you said “wow, this is exactly what I wanted” recently? What made you say it? More on that later . Let’s first try understanding product quality and how, as a producer, obsession for quality makes your users happy. The quality of a product or service is defined as its “degree of excellence,” or how outstanding or good […]
What are the KPIs of a User Experience design team?
This article covers KPIs for a User Experience design team (UX Team). The KPIs help measure and track if the UX Team is enabling a user driven organization. The KPIs mentioned here are best applicable to organizations that do software products for another business (hence Business to Business). What are KPIs? Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are […]
What is User Experience?
Since the turn of the century, User Experience is one of the most important aspect for any product. The customer needs have been fueled by rapid innovation in technology which are easily accessible with world coming closer together. This has led to the creation of several products for the same need with one thing differentiating […]