Animated Video: Achieve Digital Quality Across Platforms

Animated Video: Achieve Digital Quality Across Platforms

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Mobile users today simply expect a seamless transition between smartphones, tablets and desktops. When they’re watching a movie on their tablets and stop before the big car chase, they expect to resume the action later on their desktop or TV. When they add items to a shopping cart using a smartphone, those same items better be there that night when they go to complete the transaction in a desktop web browser.

Listen to this “Perfecto Podcast” on the importance of digital quality for both technical and business teams

When this user journey is smooth and glitch-free, we call it a great “digital experience.” However, delivering a consistent digital experience across smartphones, tablets and desktops is a key challenge for teams building responsive websites. Too many web teams have separate workflows for desktop browser and mobile testing. Plus, having separate mobile and web teams using different tools makes it hard to spot differences across devices.

But perhaps it’s better to tell this story using animation. In this fun and instructive video, watch how QA director Dan rallies his troops (and a skeptical boss) to answer the call for delivering great digital experiences across platforms using one test automation script and one lab.

Dan’s a smart guy. Be like Dan.

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Shane is Perfecto's Content Marketing Manager. He oversees the company's content production, including the corporate blog, white papers, podcasts and infographics. Shane brought with him to Perfecto 12 years of technology journalism experience in roles such as Managing Editor for InformationWeek and Assistant Managing Editor and Senior Writer at CIO.com where his writing garnered an ASBPE Award for his blog, "Eye on Microsoft" and a min Editorial & Design Award. You can find Shane obsessing over mobile technology, sports and pop culture on Twitter @smoneill.

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