Whether you have a small website or a complex software system, Sandbox spends a significant amount of time in quality assurance to ensure your solution looks, behaves and functions as expected. Among the many quality assurance activities conducted by Sandbox you can expect:
Ensure your website complies with accessibility best practices and accessibility legislation
Sandbox proudly develops to an accessibility compliance level of AA. We adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (2.1) as closely as possible and test to ensure compliance is met throughout the lifecycle of the project.
We understand that the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) applies to many organizations and meeting legal requirements outlined in the Act is a necessity.
We are passionate about creating inclusive websites and committed to working with you to create the most accessible experience for your users.
Ensure your website performs well in different web browsers.
Sandbox audits our platforms to ensure that they operate seamlessly across web browsers. As part of our standard cross-browser compatibility policy we review our solutions in the latest full version releases of Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
Ensure your website performs well on different devices
Sandbox builds its platforms using responsive design best practices. We ensure the site will work equally well on desktop, as well as on the latest generation of mobile devices and tablets, running the latest releases of the iOS and Android operating systems.
Understand how your users interact with your new platform before its launched
Sandbox can support organizing and conducting usability tests for navigation and ease-of-use evaluation of a new website, intranet, portal or software system. Our approach is very task-oriented, asking participants to find and/or use targeted, essential features of the site. This informs user experience changes that may be required before launch.
For software platforms and more complex web functionality, Sandbox also defines User Acceptance Tests (UATs) which are clients can use to walk through their solution in advance of launch to ensure it behaves and functions as expected. During a software project, User Acceptance Tests are conducted at the completion of each Sprint (sprint UATs) and at the end of development (end-to-end testing UATs).
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