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A Responsive Web Design Testing Strategy Leveraging Selenium Automation

Intro to Responsive Web Design- RWD There’s been a clear transition toward developing responsive website design (RWD) over the past few years. This adoption is driven by factors like: Consistent user experience (UX) and display across platforms (mobile, desktop, tablet, etc.) Easy maintenance of the product – write once, deploy anywhere concept Cost savings due to specific dev and test skill set and tooling used across the RWD SDLC With the excitement and benefits above,

Testing Functionality, Responsiveness and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website

Responsive web development requires detailed attention when incorporating testing practices; the same (hopefully) code is intended to render on many screen sizes and operating systems/versions. In addition, HTML5 functionality may assume access to local sensors to drive a richer and streamlined experience, for example, automatic location detection, further complicating the responsive web test strategy. The testing matrix becomes sizable, while the time-to-test shrinks from increasing competitive pressure and the transition to agile. In this article I'll

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Responsive Web and Adaptive Web: The Pros and Cons

Both responsive web design (RWD) and adaptive web design (AWD) enhance the user experience across different devices. But digital teams ramping up their web development and test coverage efforts should bear in mind the key differences between RWD and AWD. RWD uses one layout and scales down website elements to fit the screen. Conversely, AWD doesn't use a single layout that changes with each screen size, but rather multiple layouts designed for various screens. This

Responsive Web: Navigation Testing Is Key

In recent blog posts, I discussed the importance of including the right test coverage for a great digital experience, and also touched on the value of client side performance testing for responsive web design (RWD) across devices and platforms. In this post, I'll touch on "navigation testing" for RWD. We've learned that this testing aspect is a challenge from a quality perspective and requires attention from both developer and testing teams. Keep in mind that

Responsive Web: The Importance of Client-Side Performance

One of the goals of developing a responsive website (RWD) is to assure a flawless user experience across all digital platforms (web, mobile, IoT). To achieve that goal, there are functional testing considerations that should be taken into account such as proper test coverage goals, navigation testing and visual testing. However, one of the most important test considerations for RWD from a UX standpoint is the client-side performance of your responsive website. Users these days

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Don’t Miss Our Upcoming Responsive Web Testing Webinar

At least half of web traffic comes from a mobile device, a statistic that's driving companies to consider a responsive web strategy to ensure a great user experience across smartphones, tablets and desktops. However, there's a lot more to responsive web design than simply resizing a browser window. Please join us on Tuesday April 5 at 2:00 pm EST for a webinar with expert speakers from Perfecto and Applitools on how to deliver a consistent

Responsive Web Testing: 3 Common Mistakes

Over the past year, one new statistic made it clear that the mobile web should be a priority for every business. Half of global web traffic now comes from a mobile device, according to reports from both Google and IBM. Half? Website and mobile app developers need to get their responsive web testing plan in place! Combine that with the fact that four out of 10 purchases in the U.S. now involve multiple devices, and

Responsive Web: Five Testing Considerations

With more and more consumers expecting to shop, bank, work and socialize across different devices, organizations are embracing responsive web design (RWD) as a tool to help them deliver a consistent digital experience on every screen. Growth of cross-device transactions (Source: Criteo's State of Mobile Commerce Report) But due to the complexity of digital environments and user experiences -- responsive web is easier said than done. Organizations that develop RWD sites often face challenges when

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My Lesson About Responsive Web and Image Scaling

I recently lead the responsive web design project for our corporate website and I learned a few things that developers and QA practitioners should keep in mind when building and delivering a great digital experience. Our new site was designed and developed with the help of Cyberwoven and Duality, our new brand designers. I've gone through many website launches in my day and though this was not the biggest, it was the most exciting. Not only