The process of inspecting the user interface of a coded product and ensuring it is presented
as specified in the designs.
What is Visual QA?
After finalising the interface design and the contents, we begin to code the product. This stage is not always smooth. The Visual QA study is carried out to prevent flow errors and visual errors that may occur, and it ensures that you get the screens you saw during the design phase.
The main objective of the Visual QA is to find visual errors like misalignment of interface objects, layout, fonts, buttons, etc. Consistency is the main goal here. Visual QA helps users see intelligible interfaces without missing interface responses in flows or simply white space usage problems which makes it worthwhile for a product having high interface functionality.
When to use visual QA?
It is possible for these errors to occur, regardless of who develops the product. At this stage, it is important that we provide you with a visual QA in order to preserve the pixel-perfect quality of the design and the overall experience we produce.
What will you receive?
Highlighting the design deviations in the product.
Sharing the outputs in discussion sessions
What comes after?
After finding and correcting all errors with Visual QA, the product meets the user. After this stage, we can do user research, test the accuracy of the designs, and iterate. At Shape, we provide a wide range of design services to meet user expectations.