The other variations are the changes in the page which are being tested...Test results here can help you identify low hanging fruits. 2) Iterate – Online site testing is a long term strategy for website optimization
And I truly believe the User Acceptance Test is a rearguard safety feature similar to those with a parachute for both business and IT
Get them involved early and often, have them participate in the testing, and give them visibility into the project requirements and planning...Be sure to include time for planning, testing, and post-deployment review (lovingly known as the post-mortem)
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So we have a well planned project; we have thought through our requirements, hired external consultants, chosen the implementation partners, and are going to test the new system out on a pilot set of users
A simple test for intuitiveness is if a user manual is required to understand commonly used features and functionality
Down in the boiler room here's where I'm not feeling the love yet: Unless you've been limping along with native SharePoint search, there are no out-of-the-box gratifications here Any looming leaps forward require some heavy off-UI scripting Testing those improvements requires a crawl cycle that defies the real-time response necessary to tweak a search platform effectively Oh, and the users?
There's a Visual Studio for the masses called Napa that's always game for writing and testing new business solutions across the app model-enabled enterprise
The irony is that building all that bridge work from scratch into a PoC would raise the cost of the test into the pricing proximity of the actual license