Fill the form and we will contact you shortly


Thank you for choosing us. Expect soon our manager will contact you

UX/UI Testing


User interface (UI) testing is a type of testing in which testers need to make sure that all buttons, fields, labels, and other items on the screen work as specified. UI testing involves checking screens with controls, such as toolbars, colors, fonts, sizes, buttons, icons, etc., and how they respond to the user input. Simply put, with the help of UI testing software we see how an application, website, or software will interact with the end-user.

Usability Testing is also known as User Experience (UX) Testing, is a testing method for measuring how easy and user-friendly a software application is. A small set of target end-users, use software application to expose usability defects. UX testing mainly focuses on user’s ease of using application, flexibility of application to handle controls and ability of application to meet its objectives.

How we test

You let us take professional care of your needs.

  • 1. Discussion

    We discuss your budget, scope of work, and the result that you expect.

  • 2. Building strategy

    We analyze the requirements to build test strategy.

  • 3. Test execution

    We perform testing to ensure the application meets requirements.

  • 4. Test reporting

    We prepare a report with discovered issues and potential improvements.

  • 5. Contribution

    We contribute to your project with the quality and testing processes.

Aims of the UI/UX testing

You let us take a professional care of your needs.


The development of the high-speed internet caused a relocation of businesses to online platforms, and users have become more impatient and demanding. People began to use virtual products and tools and the importance of UI / UX grew. As soon as the user/customer has a negative experience (the page loads too long, too many moving ads, the desired product cannot be found quickly, the purchase process takes a long time, etc.) they leave the page and go to a competitor. Sure, you can say – “I don’t care, they can buy from others!” However, research shows that in case of a bad experience, the user shares this experience with up to 16 friends! This means that you are more likely to lose 16 potential customers as a result of a bad experience.

The best way to understand what works and what doesn’t is to observe how people use the product. And here comes user tests. During user tests, the user performs various prepared tasks with a prototype or a finished product. Users and their activities are monitored and recorded, and you can learn what needs to be improved to reach your defined goals.