Functional Testing

Commercial Website for a Software Provider

A company that provides off-the-shelf business management software reached out to us in order to get their website tested. Since they were looking for a fast-functioning site that introduces potential leads to their product and intuitively guides visitors to request a demo, we had to test everything from the way the website looks to how it responds to unusual user behavior. Other than that, we were required to automate certain processes for future QA checks.

The key challenge we faced here was the inability to implement a code freeze strategy in the project course. We were forced to test the product during an ongoing development process, which means we had to be beyond attentive and careful with quality assurance. The development team working on the client side was adding new functions to the parts we already tested making us test it all over again. This made the testing process a bit more complicated than usual, but our team did not let it affect the end result anyway.

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Health Clinic Companion

The solution was developed so that doctors could easily track patient medical history, make recommendations and appointments to visit other doctors in the hospital, and give nurses all the information they need to work with patients. Patients and caregivers could then use their own interface to navigate to their appointments and see details of their prescriptions. 

This meant that every function, UI element, and interaction on the website had to be intuitive, secure, and stable. As the companions would be used by everyone working at and visiting the hospital, it was important for the client to create a positive first impression, and give both patients and doctors the tools they need to be healthy and provide healthcare services.

The project was at the implementation stage, so our testing team had to work closely with the client’s in-house developers to help them get their project ready for its first release. We were tasked with testing the web-clinic interface as well as the client and doctor admin panel/portal.

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Quality Assurance Services for an Antivirus Startup

A London-based cybersecurity startup approached TestFort with a request to help them optimize the antivirus solution they were building. Since the antivirus software was built using innovative encryption-based security technology, the company wanted us to make sure everything functioned as intended and the solution was free from any usability flaws or UI inconsistencies.

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Free radio streaming service

Our customer is an American radio streaming service that delivers radio station feeds and podcasts to over 75 million monthly active users. With over 100k radio stations and 4m podcasts, this service is one of the largest in the world. The application is available as a web app, mobile app, desktop clients, and in-vehicle infotainment devices.

Our team was tasked with providing testing and QA services to ensure that the application maintains its quality with a faster release cycle.

The main idea and the biggest challenge of the project was to expand the audience of the streaming service so that more people can get access to interesting and engaging content.

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Application for viewing scientific posters

We had to recreate and optimize an existing iOS application for Android devices. The client provided us with existing iOS application giving full access to its source code. We had to thoroughly review it to understand key algorithms and to write the same application for Android. The application had to be feature-packed but also easy-to-use to tackle all user needs.

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MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal

We needed to test the functionality of the service along with its interface. TestFort team had to make sure the counter performs fast and easy, even during peak loads. We also had to ensure the application runs on iOS without glitches and successfully synchronizes all account data between the web and mobile platforms.

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Distractify

TestFort’s team was involved in every stage of the development process. We had to check all parts of the platform, including its internal processes, compatibility with different operating systems, and user-experience capabilities. As the platform has a heavy-load traffic, we needed to test its speed and performance under the workload pressure and through different devices. Also, since the application has several options for its usage, we had to check it within the different roles and user access, ensuring high data protection and security.

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