Quality may be defined as the totality of features and characteristics of a product or service which bear on its ability to satisfy a given need. The main technique for achieving quality is the website review or walk-through with the aim to inspect the loopholes which affect the overall functioning of the website and in turn may distract the users and hence negatively influence the traffic.
So, it becomes immensely significant that the website is developed in such a way that it is not only able to achieve the business objectives, but also attain traction of the users and hence convert them into potential customers thereby maximizing the return on investment.
The design process converts the ”what” of the requirements to the ”how” of the design. The results of the design phase should be a document that has sufficient detail to allow the system to be implemented without further interaction with the webmaster.
A formal inspection is a formal, scheduled process where a web designer presents material about a design and a selected group of peers evaluates the technical aspects of the design. Some of the distinct features of such a review include but are not restricted to the use of knowledgeable peers, inclusion of the peer who produced the design, inspection of a completed product with the purpose to find defects etc.
During the inspection, the website owner selects the team, oversees the inspection, and reports the results. A PHP developer or a web designer (whichever part of the project is being scrutinized) guides the team through the website during the inspection meeting. A recorder maintains the records of the inspection and accurately reports each defect while the individual who originally developed the website, i.e., the PHP developer answers questions during the inspection. The developer is also responsible for correcting any problems identified in the inspection. He or she then reports the corrections to the website owner.
A website’s inspection is initiated when the PHP developer responsible for the development of the website satisfies the entrance criteria. The developer acquaints the rest of the inspection team with the product to be inspected. The members of the inspection team review the website in accordance with a predefined checklist while a moderator supervises the inspection meeting. The recorder makes a complete record of issues raised. Any team member may produce a minority report if there is a disagreement. The issues highlighted in the report are reviewed and rectified by the PHP developer. Finally, the website owner or the webmaster reviews the website and will give the go ahead signal. If not satisfied, the webmaster will order yet another re-inspection.
As mentioned above, with the advancements in the modern technology, it has become extremely tough for businesses to thrive in this competitive environment without being ahead of the curve. So, utmost care has to be undertaken with your responsive website so that you do not lose even a single person out of your potential clientele. Your website has to be able to satisfy the needs of the users and gain their attraction. Even a small weakness can prove to be fatal!