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What is quality engineering and why is it important?

Quality engineering focuses on the introduction of new quality methodologies and the impact they have across the company including cultural and procedural changes. It’s about improving your processes around the way that you deliver quality and affects the whole company. Whilst quality engineering is relevant for any type of product development, in our world ...

By |December 2nd, 2021|Categories: Quality engineering|

What is quality assurance and why does it matter?

For any company with a digital product, quality assurance is the process of ensuring that a new digital product, and its consequent versions, is released without issues for customers and that the product works as intended. In short, it’s to ensure that standards of quality are met. Quality assurance isn’t a single thing. It’s ...

By |November 30th, 2021|Categories: Quality Assurance|

Six simple website testing strategies to beat the bottleneck

By its very definition, “agile” should make things easier, right? It means developers can stay reactive to a business or customer’s needs and update products in regular, incremental chunks. Much less of a headache than frantically scrambling towards one major release, surely. So, what’s the problem? Partly, that chipping away in fortnightly sprints also means ...

By |October 1st, 2021|Categories: Crowd testing, Regression Testing, Website testing|

Replatforming a legacy platform for a scalable future

Here at Digivante our monolith legacy platform grew over years and years of organic growth in response to various customer requests and needs. For sure that's a familiar story for many tech-based businesses. But the problem is that over time, documentation and general knowledge of the system fade as key people leave and the challenge ...

By |August 28th, 2021|Categories: Digital transformation|Tags: , , |

How the new WCAG 2.2 improves the future of web accessibility

The second update of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is now expected to be published in December this year, after being pushed back from November 2020. WCAG 2.2 is the latest version of the guidelines since 2018 and aims to provide additional support on mobile devices for people with cognitive and learning disabilities...

By |August 17th, 2021|Categories: Accessibility testing, Website testing|Tags: , , , |

Why software testing early will save you money and prevent disasters

The pandemic forced many businesses to scale up their digital presence as they rushed to present their brand in a more positive light, improve the customer experience, and even try to compensate for the loss of revenue incurred from their traditional selling channels. Creating a website or an ecommerce platform from the ground up or ...

By |July 1st, 2021|Categories: Website testing|Tags: , , , |