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QA & UX: Friends or Foes?
ImprovedUsability.com
Creating a Beneficial Working Relationship
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“Customer will have
the ability to…”
Super High Level Requirements
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 Richard Douglass
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Quality Assurance & User Experience: Friends or Foes? by Richard Douglass

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Is it possible for User Experience (UX) and Quality Assurance (QA) professionals to work well together? At times, both can struggle to effectively communicate what they need in order to do their jobs well. However, opportunities exist for the two to work well together. For example, QA professionals often struggle to obtain quality requirements in order to write effective test cases. Whereas, UX professionals typically struggle when after they do their work early in the project they often hand off their work only to find it mangled in the final stages of the project when they are no longer involved.Yet, great things are possible when UX and QA teams work together. The UX professionals can ensure that requirements are well written early in the project when they are heavily involved in the project. In addition, QA professionals can be very helpful by making sure UX team members are invited to review the final product before it goes live and are part of the final reviews.

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Quality Assurance & User Experience: Friends or Foes? by Richard Douglass

  1. 1. QA & UX: Friends or Foes? ImprovedUsability.com Creating a Beneficial Working Relationship
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  24. 24. “Customer will have the ability to…” Super High Level Requirements
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  33. 33. Questions?
  34. 34. Contact Info  Richard Douglass  Twitter:  @richarddouglass  LinkedIn:  http://www.linkedin.com/in/ richarddouglass1  Website: www.improvedusability.com  E-mail: richard@improvedusability.com

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