So. I found it a bit difficult to do testing and testing plans. Mainly because I really want to make something that doesn’t have people at the center of its user base. Also because of some network issues I haven’t been able to test anything with the Google Home on campus until basically the end of this course. And because I don’t have my REB for user testing yet, testing on friends isn’t something I can do.
I guess my test plan is sort of open ended. Because its not really centered in the end towards users. So in this case, something like: Just spend a few minutes asking google home some questions while its running, seems to be a thing that would work.
I guess for myself my test plan is asking:
- Did that block of code work?
- What is working smoothly?
- Did it crash?
- If so, why?
- Is there a way this code can be improved?
- Am I getting the wanted output from this program?
- What am I “fudging”?
- Is there a better way to do [X]?
- What were some of the limitations of this action?
- What are some of the differences between the online simulation and the actual device?
Tho I feel writing some actual software tests is something I need to learn. I already de-bug, and log, but tests also makes sense.
As for feedback, I did make a google form for feedback for this class, but never got to use it due to the mentioned network issues.
- Email Address
- Have you ever used a digital assistant before?
- If “yes” which one? (google assistant, amazon alexa, siri, “other”)
- How often do you use your chosen home or digital assistant?
- Hardly ever -> all the time (scale of 1 to 5)
- What are some things you use your digital assistant for?
- How did talking to this bot make you feel?
- What does this interaction remind you of?
- What did you like about it?
- What did you dislike?
- Where did you get stuck in the conversation?
- What are some things you would change?
- On a scale of 1-4 how would you rate this interaction?
- Boring -> interesting
- Any Other comments