GUI Testing vs Usability Testing

by Nataliia Vasylyna | October 21, 2015 8:11 am

Some software testing types have much in common. It is important to distinguish the peculiarities of execution procedure of such resembling testing types as unit testing and integration testing, black box testing[1] and white box testing[2], etc.

GUI Testing and Usability Testing have much in common too. The acronym ‘GUI’ means ‘graphical user interface’. Usability testing is user-centered, and the quality of the product depends on this testing type.

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What Are the Differences between GUI Testing and Usability Testing?

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Endnotes:
  1. black box testing: http://qatestlab.com/services/No-Documentation/black-box-testing/
  2. white box testing: http://qatestlab.com/services/No-Documentation/white-box-testing/
  3. Usability Testing: http://qatestlab.com/services/We-Are-Professionals-in/usability-testing/
  4. How to Distinguish Bug Severity and Priority?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2015/12/18/bug-severity-priority/
  5. Should Testing be User-Oriented?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2015/10/23/testing-user-oriented/
  6. Testing and Pulp Fiction Have Much in Common, Don’t They?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2015/10/19/testing-pulp-fiction/
  7. Crowdtesting: Pros and Cons: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2015/10/13/crowdtesting-pros-cons/
  8. What Should Not Be Forgotten During Mobile Application Testing?: http://blog.qatestlab.com/2015/10/07/mobile-application-testing/

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