Anish Krishnan is an experienced strategic consultant involved in defining testing strategies and test solutions for large transformational programs. His consulting strengths include process optimization, engagement planning, and estimation strategies for financial clients. With significant experience understanding client’s “as-is” process maturity, Anish helps create tailor-made processes to align with the client’s maturity goals. He brings in strong testing project lifecycle experience with hands-on end-to-end operations. Anish is QAI certified CSQA (Certified Software Quality Analyst) and HP certified HP2-N32 ALM Sales Certified.
Don’t think of implementing accessibility testing just as a way to gain a larger audience for your product (or, worse, just as a way to avoid a lawsuit). There also can be many hidden benefits of complying with accessibility guidelines for you, your site, and your company. Here are three of them.
Documenting user requirements is always a challenging phase in software development, as there are no standard processes or notations. However, communication and facilitation skills can make this activity easier. Here are five techniques for converting user stories into testable requirements.
A performance test cycle should start with establishing a planning process, but this step often gets ignored or is viewed as less important. Having a better way to organize system information can help your team see what information is available and form a more effective performance testing plan.
Most defects are due to poorly defined requirements and incomplete test coverage, and fixing an error is cheaper at the coding phase than during testing. In order to ensure more thorough testing, try functional workflow documentation, four-dimensional test coverage, and risk-based prioritization.
One of the important phases in the accessibility testing lifecycle is identifying the right tool for doing the job. Standard evaluation methods make it easier to compare different tools and have a significant bearing on time, cost, and quality. Here are four steps to help in the selection process.
There are many misconceptions about accessibility that prevent people from making a conscious effort to incorporate it into their websites. But really, developing and testing accessible websites doesn't require more work, and it has many benefits. Let’s disprove the top four web accessibility myths.
More than 27 percent of the world's population has some form of disability, meaning they could have special needs when it comes to accessing the Internet. Following accessibility guidelines improves the overall usability of the software under consideration, which helps all people using it.