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Manual-Testing - What is difference between GUI and Usability Testing?




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asked marvit October 14, 2014 12:03 AM  

What is difference between GUI and Usability Testing?


           

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answered By arneelwalgro   0  
SnoGUI Testing Usability testing
1In GUI Testing tester tests the application front end design to see whether its meets clients requirements or not .In Usability Testing tester tests that whether the application is user friendly or not by checking how easily user can access the application.
2In GUI Testing we check whether the design and layout of applicationas per the standards and client requirements or not.In Usability Testing we check whether the design and layout ofapplication is easy to use or not means it is user friendly or not.
3GUI Testing is more concerned with look and feel of the application means how people react and feel after look in to the application so itstesting is done accordingly that.Usability Testing is more concerned with easiness and user friendliness of the application means how people react after using the application means application is easy to use or not so itÂ’s testing is done accordingly that.
4In GUI Testing tester tests the appearance of the software.In Usability Testing tester tests the easiness to use the software.
5GUI Testing is done to ensure it meets the design specifications like links, colors, fonts, font sizes, fields etc are displayed as specified in SRS or as specified in client requirements.Usability Testing is done to ensure that the GUI is well designed andeasy to use like links and buttons are easily clickable and leaving any of the mandatory field blank gives the proper message that please enter the xyz in mandatory field.
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