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Testing!

Why is testing important?
How can I test?

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  1. Lauren
    December 13, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Testing is important as you can find out wether your product is working correctly and everything you want to be on show is seen. You can test it out by experiencing how the auidence would use it, rather than just from an editor’s perspective.

  2. Becca.
    December 13, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    Testing irs important so you know your product is working correctly before you begin to let others use it. Also it is important to know it is suitable for the audience you have specified, so you know that it would actually be used when it’s done. You can test the product by having a chart and ticking off things that are working (ex. buttons, events)

  3. Jessica
    December 13, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    Testing is important as it lets you see whether all the features on your product are working or not. By allowing test users (e.g. friends) to go through your product picking out the things that don’t quite work, let’s you improve your product further to ensure everything is working correctly, if there’s anything you need to include and whether it’s a professional standard product.

  4. Dewey
    December 13, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    Testing a product is important because it allows you to check that all of the components within the product itself work. You can test the product by allowing the public to try a demo or a beta to gain feedback on how the product is working.

  5. Dean Milbanke
    December 13, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    Testing is essential in the production of anything. This is because it allows the manufacturer to know whether their product is functioning properly and also to receive feedback on how their product can be improved.

    The ways in which you can test a product is by letting internal colleagues to test the product. However another way is to set up a focus group where standard members of the public could test the product. This allows for inexperienced and unbiased users, to test the product for any mistakes or complicated features that the manufacturer may overlook.

  6. dawn
    December 13, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    testing is important as you need to ensure that your product works correctly before you finalise it. You can test a product by using or displaying it in a way in which your audience will use/see it. This will ensure your product is ready to use.

  7. Ryan
    December 14, 2011 at 9:27 am

    You need to test so that you can see that everything is working like it is supposed to. You can test by trial and error. This would help you to find where you are going wrong and then you will know where to go to if you need to fix it.

  8. Kieran
    December 14, 2011 at 9:31 am

    Testing is important as it shows you what components of the product are working and which are not. By testing when finding these components that don’t work in the product you are able to fix them improving the quality of the product. you can test the product by going though the product and trying all features of your product and noting of all things that don’t work and also by obtaining others to go through the product also reviewing it and informing you of its faults and imperfections so that you can fix them later.

  9. Kurt
    December 14, 2011 at 9:41 am

    Testing is important because you need feedback on what is good about your product or what is bad and once the bad points have been identified you can start thinking about how you are going to improve them. You can test your product by getting someone you know but they opinion could be biased and you should get some one that your product target age is as they can give better feedback as they are the same age as what your product is designed for.

  10. Lewis Jameson
    December 14, 2011 at 9:54 am

    Testing is important so that you know if the product suits the target audience which you set out to impress and whether or not the product actually works. You could test your work by allowing someone else to have a go at it and see if all of the features work or not.

  11. liam Hargrave
    December 14, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    TEsting is important for several reason. The main reason being to check if your work is correct and if not then you can correct it. Correcting your work will help you know where you are going wrong.

  12. Shaun Dunn
    December 14, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    It’s important to test so that you know if the product you are creating will meet the target audience that you have set, you will also receive feedback which will mean you can improve your work based on that feedback which would give you a good overall product because you might think it looks good but thats cause of your personal taste, the majority might not like it. You also need people to test it cause they might find a mistake or a problem that you didn’t notice.

  13. Kyle
    December 14, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    Testing is important because you can find out what problems your products have, and if it meets your target audience, and then you can fix it and change it so that it meets your target audience.

    You can test products by clicking the testpage button in mediator and then testing your product.

  14. Luke
    December 14, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    Testing is important because it is an effective way of finding out whether your product is working correctly or not and what changes or alteration you can make to your work in order to improve it further.

    You can test out your work by allowing other people to use your product and fill out an assessment form once they have finished with it. This can be in the shape of filling in a pro’s and con’s box at the end of your product as this will help bring your work up to a professional standard and help improve your multimedia project if you find that there is faults with it.

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