Hi everyone, my name is Chelsea and I’m a development coordinator with TinyFrog Technologies. Today I want to talk to you a little bit about the quality control process. If you’re asking yourself, what is a quality control process, that’s a great question. And actually quality control is really important in that final stage of getting your website ready to launch.
Basically quality control is a process that we go through internally and with our clients to make sure that the website is not only functioning properly, but also looks as best as possible across multiple browsers. So our process typically allows the full team, the internal team, that means your strategist, your designer, the development coordinator and the developer, to all review your website as it’s been built.
We like to go through a few different quality testing measures like opening the website in multiple browsers in lots of different device sizes, that sort of thing to make sure that the website looks as best as possible on all those different devices. Then we send the website to the client to review. This is your chance to really give the website a good look and make sure that everything is exactly as you had described and put together with our strategist, designer, and then ultimately the development team.
Usually this process is more for you to go through and take a look at how the images and content is all sitting in the website, so you have a really good feel for what your user is going to experience. The final stage of quality control is really to make sure that not only is the website looking great on all of those different size devices, but also moving really quickly and a great user experience from start to finish.
We’ll test your forms, we’ll make sure that any e-commerce or membership sides of the site are behaving properly, and we’ll make sure that the website is absolutely ready to be launched and live for your users to see your new look.