Smashing magazine: a journey into Web quality assurance
By Élie Sloïm, on 22 September 2021.
I am pleased to announce the publication of my first article in Smashing Magazine. It is entitled Web Quality Assurance: From User Requirements To Web Risk Management ». It’s the story of a 20 year journey that took me from […]
VPTCS: a UX and QA model (2001)
By Élie Sloïm, on 11 June 2021.
After 20 years in the web industry, if somebody asks me what’s the most useful thing you’ve created or done, I would definitively cite the VPTCS model. VPTCS stands for Visibility, Perception, Technical, Contents and Services. Back in 2001, with […]
Specifications and requests for proposals: quality assurance requirements
By Sarah Marcellin, on 12 May 2021.
A few years ago, we produced an example of an appendix to add to your specifications to better ensure that quality requirements were taken into account. This document was in need of an update, so we have reviewed the current […]
By Élie Sloïm, on 26 April 2021.
If you use the Slack messaging tool, you can now use the Opquast for Slack application. This little tool will allow you to send Opquast rules with their objectives, the tags concerned and of course the link to the form. […]
Costs of non-quality: why web quality assurance is a priority
By Élie Sloïm, on 30 March 2021.
Why should we care about web quality assurance? There was a time when quality assurance, operations and management systems, control procedures and even training and skills acquisition were accounted for as pure expenses or nice to have options. Gradually […]