Delta Testing for Product Iteration
The market for connected devices and other technology is more competitive today than it's ever been. Companies know that it's not enough to get their product off the shelves.
Delta Testing for Product Release
Beta, field, and user acceptance testing have the same overall goal in mind: to gather real-world feedback and improve products before launch. But while the majority of companies include customer tests, companies relying on traditional user testing practices experience varying degrees of success.
Delta Testing for Dogfooding
It's easy to find a company that has some sort of dogfooding or employee testing program. But it's much more difficult to find one whose program delivers actionable user insights derived from co-worker product use — unlike those companies using delta testing tools and practices.
Delta Testing for Competitive Product Analysis
Competitive testing is a use case in delta testing that lets you research and test competitors' products with their customers (i.e., your potential customers).
4 Common Delta Testing Use Cases in Product Development
Delta testing is user testing automation. Like beta, field, UAT, and other fields of user testing, it generates feedback by getting functioning products into the hands of targeted users and giving them time to absorb and adopt the products out in their real-world environments.
The #1 Mistake to Avoid When You’re Writing Surveys
Here you are, running another Customer Validation (CV) survey. Your survey is packed full of questions that will yield meaningful product insights, like “What issues are you encountering?” and “What do you like most about the product?” You’ve scanned for signs of psychological bias. You’ve recruited targeted survey-takers, participation is high, and feedback is rolling […]