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User testing is the process through which the interface and functions of a website, app, product or service are tested by real end users. A number of people perform a series of typical tasks on the product. The purpose of this process is to evaluate the usability and functionality and to decide whether the product is ready to be launched in production. It is important that the test is done on an individual basis so all the subjective results can be analyzed and made objective. In this case the definition of User Testing is focused on Black Box Manual Testing. (Black Box means testing the function or behavior of a system or product.)
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In user testing context the form declares the status of “fit for purpose for the business area”. When all defects are resolved, the test manager recommends to accept the product as developed and implemented to the project manager. The approval shows the product meets requirements and is deployable.
The form can have different layouts. We recommend to use some figures out of TestMonitor to make the document more visualized. For example the different states of defects or the test coverage while signing. But we also participated in projects where the sign off form is more textually. For both forms, it must be clear that in this case you take:
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