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Checklist before deliver to client

07 Jan

  • Check broken links.
  • Check missing content, e.g. images.
  • Check missing page titles.
  • Check spelling and grammar of content.
  • Check missing metadata.
  • Check the file sizes of pages to ensure they are not too large.
  • Check browser compatibility.
  • Check that applications are functioning correctly, e.g. online forms.
  • Check that any Server Side Scripting or other languages function correctly.
  • Check that legal and regulatory guidelines are being adhered to, e.g. data protection and privacy.
  • Check that pages conform to your organisation’s Web-Accessibility standard (if any), e.g. missing ‘alt-tags’.
  • Check that the Website Design standard is maintained.
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One response to “Checklist before deliver to client

  1. Ken Villarruel

    January 8, 2015 at 11:24 AM

    Thanks for the post.

    Here are a few more items to include

    Run Smoke and Regression Tests to Validate that Critical Defects have been fixed
    Run Unit Tests to Validate that all API Services return Appropriate Responses
    Run Performance / Load Tests to Validate that performance is within acceptable ranges
    Run Static Code Analysis Tools to Validate that code adheres to best programming practices
    Run Functional and Regression Tests to Validate that Front End / UI defects have not regressed and to Verify that functionality and page behaviors are correct

     

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