Test Design


What is test design?

This is the stage of the software testing process, at which test scenarios (test cases) are designed and created in accordance with the previously defined quality criteria and testing goals.

Software Testing Documents always play an important role in the Project development/Testing phase. So well-structured companies always try to keep things documented whenever possible, because it’s a better way to rely on rather than on verbal communication. The habit of running documentation will certainly bring a systematic approach to the testing process.

The simplest thing to follow all kinds of documentation is to involve a person in the project from the kick-off phase who understands the project dynamics, domain, objective, and technology. Eventually, QA suits in the best way here.


Test design includes:

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    Test cases development

    Test case is a description of a set of steps, specific conditions and parameters required for checking the implementation of the testable function or its part.

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    Checklist development

    This is a document which describes what should be tested. It can be of completely different levels of a detalization, depending on project and its specifics.

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    Bug-report creating

    Type of document which describes a situation or a sequence of actions that led to the incorrect behaviour of the test object, with the indicating the reasons(steps) and the expected result.



  • Tools leverage

    Except the test design, we may integrate additional tools to track the test cases results and overall executing dynamic for generating metrics, and getting analysis.

  • Flexibility

    By decomposition your main business-flow and defining the vital functionality we create full set of testing documentation especially for your project.

  • Bug-tracking systems involvement

    As a majority of companies we are quite familiar with the bug-tracking systems and ready to embrace any of them, even the custom one if needed, and may keep bug-reports there.

  • Increased team efficiency

    The existing test documentation save time on running clarification meetings among the team participants and in general all the colleagues relying on the same documents.

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