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I can give you also an example about that what we did from business department side. We were also using a web based application for our solution which was car related. Means that the user has to log in the application in order to send rss-feeds or destinations to his vehicle. For new features we invited user for following purposes: 1. Testing before Go-Live ...


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Since having real users for testing each new version is not very feasible (at least in agile development) I would suggest creating personas (fictional characters). I personally advocate for personas based on interactions with real end users. Even if the application is not yet in production you can recruit some potential users based on predicting who will ...


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This looks like you are concentrating only on Functional Testing. Which is good, for start. Then expand your testing for: UI/UX testing. Is your website intuitive, is it nice, is it clear and understandable? Does it look good on different resolutions and browsers? Try mobile version, see if that looks allright. Check nagivation - is it easy. Can you go ...


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