-We've built a beautiful new website, built on WordPress, using a parrallax style layout built on Bootstrap foundation.
-While we are very happy with how site looks for most part, we have realized in few instances (such as in tests on various laptops or some browsers, we have discovered some small 'glitches' to the site). For example, one laptop we tried (using IE I beleive) we found some blank white sections, and Contact Form was not showing. Just small glitches like this, that are not common, but in any case we want fixed.
- The dev team who built the site has done basic 'responsive' testing to make sure site functions in main browser (Chrome) and in common responsive resolutions, however... we are not satisfied with this. The site still has some small glitches for some users, and we did not consider their testing a 'full' responsive testing process.
- The problem is, our goal is for site to be fully responsive for everyone, and to ensure it not only is without 'glitches' and 'errors' at various resolutions, but that versions/browser compatibility, as well as code validity/code validation, is done to ensure site works great for almost ALL visitors.
I'm aware a site renders bit differently in different browsers/resolutions, but this does not mean it is acceptable for site to have some visual errors/glitches for some users.
It is only a small website (5 pages), and it is fairly simple. The site works fine actually for most visitors... it does not have major problems or complex issues to fix. The site, as is - is a responsive website - we are just discovering a proper testing process was not done, and this is important for us before launching the new website.
- We will SHARE the site URL, ONCE we have some discussions with qualified team about their proper testing process. This is important for us before we actually share site. But, we can do immediately upon you sharing with us your teams proper testing process/methodology. More details you share, the better.
- The previous team simply did test on a responsive tester site, and trying on a few office devices. This is manual way that cannot possibly account or accurately test for all possible visitor resolutions/compatibility/browsers. They fixed the bugs they could find, which was great... but clearly, they could only fix the few that they found. Several went undiscovered, because they did not do complete, proper, testing process. We expect better than this for a new beautiful website :)
What we are seeking:
- A team to do a PROPER testing review/fixing of all responsive/compatibility issues. Not just try site in few online tools, or a few devices around the office. Rather, we are seeking a team to spend a few hours in a proper process to fully review site and ensure ALL resolutions/browsers and all responsive elements are tested for, to make sure the site goes through a proper, complete review/debug/fixing process.
- We want team to follow their own process to both DISCOVER and FIX the bugs/glitches. There SHOULD NOT be many, but I am project manager- not tester- so I am not sure myself! lol. I am NOT going to provide a list of few bugs to fix.. I expect team to discover and be able to patch up themselves in proper manner.
- We are NOT looking for a full re-do or re-work of the website or code. We DO NOT want a make-over or re-build. We are very, very, very happy with the site. We simply want a proper development team to do a proper testing process to ensure site works great in all browsers/resolutions, that it is not 'failing' for certain visitors for any reason, or that certain audiences are having issues navigating site (if there are glitches). And, to discover/track/debug/fix any of the small glitches they find.
- We do NOT want this to turn into a BIG project... we simply want a very qualified team with a proper, organized, fool-proof testing methodology in place to spend few hours going through site and fixing any responsive/browser compatibility bugs/glitches.
- Also make sure code is all validated so that it will be viewed healthy by search engines. NOT SEO work or anything additional in that manner, but simply using proper 'testing' methods once a site is completed to make sure everything is great for launch.
As you can see... we are very happy with site. Just want a proper final review process before we launch the site to make sure everything is fantastic and done 100% correctly for a responsive website.