What is automated testing?<br />Automated testing involves testing your application on many people at once, without a moderator, to get feedback about the site.<br />
What you need<br />A Website<br />Goals or Key Tasks that you know about for the website.<br />A testing application.<br />The ability to share a link online with many.<br />
Creating the Test<br />Write down the key goals or tasks for the site. <br />Identify any questions you have about how people use the site.<br />Once you have some questions in mind, you want to start thinking about order.<br />Don’t forget to ask people for their opinions too.<br />
Best Practices<br />Vet your participants.<br />Be sure to gather information about the participants… don’t forget “other”.<br />Identify 3 or 4 key tasks questions. If the test is longer than 10 minutes, people will most likely not finish it. <br />Ask follow up questions: Overall, _____: 1 = Strongly Disagree to 5 = Strongly Agree<br />Test your test!<br />
Share the Test<br />You’ll need to identify a way to recruit. <br />If this is a personal site, try friends, family, social networking, etc. <br /><ul><li> If this is a business site, try feedback emails, promotions, integrating with customer service calls, etc. </li></li></ul><li>Check Your Results<br />
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