Has a website ever left you disappointed?
In many cases a company's website is the first way—and sometimes the only way—customers find them. Whether we like it or not, people often associate the look, feel, and overall quality of a website with credibility. Having a website that contains a lot of bugs and flaws does not reflect well on your brand. That's why you should hire Traffic. Traffic Digital removes any chance that your website will make a bad impression on your visitors. We have a team of website testing experts who will thoroughly test your desktop, mobile or responsive sites.
• We verify full performance
• We evaluate site compatibility using all supported browsers and operating systems
• We perform comprehensive eCommerce functionality testing
Traffic has five separate testing labs, complete with all browsers, browser versions, and all of the operating systems required for testing your site and uncovering any hidden bugs. Our functionality testing team has years of combined experience in ensuring that websites function as they're designed to—from complex data manipulation, to simple link verifications. We're all about a smooth user experience.
Traffic understands that each company has a budget to work with and we're able to offer reasonable rates. We've put great effort into setting up our labs intuitively and streamlining our testing methods so we can achieve all website quality assurance objectives in less time than many expect—and thereby testing within budget.
Why do you need Website Testing?
Website testing helps find, document and resolve issues that compromise the user experience.
How does Website Testing work?
Depending on a customer's requirements, our process begins when the Traffic Digital QA team tests the website for functional compliance and/or compatibility compliance, using various supported platforms. We exercise the site’s functionality and compare it to documented specifications and also to the typical behaviors that an average user would expect. Functional compliance testing can be achieved with the use of well-written test scripts and/or ad hoc testing coverage.
We also take care of compatibility tests. We identify components in the hardware, software or browser which the product is designed to support. We then design a matrix which shows the configurations which we'll test the product on. From there, with client input, we write a testing script which can evaluate the compatibility between the product and the hardware/software/browser matrix. Finally, the script is executed against the matrix, and we look for any anomalies and quickly determine exactly where any incompatibilities are.