proof of concept: provides customers with substantial proof of it value by re-architecting the ui for certain key tasks and projecting metrics like user productivity. it would explain the business value and benefits.
ui evaluation: review of the user interface by experts for problems at architecture and/or screen level. the evaluation report would answer important questions like “does the user interface allow users to complete tasks quickly?” and “does the business have to spend on user-training programs to make the workforce ready to use the application?” the report would include next-steps based on the findings and in the context of business goals for that application. heuristic evaluation and usability testing are some of the methods used for evaluation.
usability testing: usability testing is performed on the application/prototype and ui metrics like user productivity and roi projection are measured. profiniti has a fully equipped testing facility. the group performs both onsite and remote testing.
quality assurance and testing: