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Checklist for Website GUI Checking for General Considerations
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Checklist for Website GUI Checking for General Considerations

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Checklist for Website GUI Checking for General Considerations

GUI checking checklist is a very powerful fact-gathering tool deployed to ensure that our new web application behaves as expected from several GUI related considerations.

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 Check Point

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Check Points related to Navigation

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1.

Assure the existence of the "Help" menu.

 

2.

Assure that the proper commands and options are in each menu.

 

3.

Assure that all buttons on all tool bars have a corresponding key commands.

 

4.

Assure that each menu command has an alternative (hot-key) key sequence, which will invoke it where appropriate.

 

5.

In drop down list boxes, ensure that the names are not abbreviations / cut short.

 

6.

In drop down list boxes, assure that the list and each entry in the list can be accessed via appropriate key / hot key combinations.

 

7.

Ensure that duplicate hot keys do not exist on each screen.

 

8.

Ensure the proper usage of the escape key (which is to undo any changes that have been made) and generates a caution message "Changes will be lost - Continue yes/no".

 

9.

Assure that the cancel button functions the same way as the escape key.

 

10.

Assure that the Cancel button operates as a Close button when changes have be made that cannot be undone.

 

11.

Assure that only command buttons which are used by a particular window, or in a particular dialog box, are present. - I.e. make sure they don't work on the screen behind the current screen.

 

12.

When a command button is used sometimes and not at other times, assure that it is grayed out when it should not be used.

 

13.

Assure that OK and Cancel buttons are grouped separately from other command buttons.

 

14.

Assure that command button names are not abbreviations.

 

15.

Assure that all field labels/names are not technical labels, but rather are names meaningful to system users.

 

16.

Assure that command buttons are all of similar size and shape, and same font & font size.

 

17.

Assure that each command button can be accessed via a hot key combination.

 

18.

Assure that command buttons in the same window/dialog box do not have duplicate hot keys.

 

19.

Assure that each window/dialog box has a clearly marked default value (command button, or other object) which is invoked when the Enter key is pressed - and NOT the Cancel or Close button.

 

20.

Assure that focus is set to an object/button, which makes sense according to the function of the window / dialog box.

 

21.

Assure that all option buttons (and radio buttons) names are not abbreviations.

 

22.

Assure that option button names are not technical labels, but rather are names meaningful to system users.

 

23.

If hot keys are used to access option buttons, assure that duplicate hot keys do not exist in the same window / dialog box.

 

24.

Assure that option box names are not abbreviations.

 

25.

Assure that option boxes, option buttons, and command buttons are logically grouped together in clearly demarcated areas "Group Box".

 

26.

Assure that the Tab key sequence, which traverses the screens, does so in a logical way.

 

27.

Assure consistency of mouse actions across windows.

 

28.

Assure that the color red is not used to highlight active objects (many individuals are red-green colorblind).

 

29.

Assure that the user will have control of the desktop with respect to general color and highlighting (the application should not dictate the desktop background characteristics).

 

30.

Assure that the screen/window does not have a cluttered appearance.

 

31.

Ctrl + F6 opens next tab within tabbed window.

 

32.

Shift + Ctrl + F6 opens previous tab within tabbed window.

 

33.

Tabbing will open next tab within tabbed window if on last field of current tab.

 

34.

Tabbing will go onto the 'Continue' button if on last field of last tab within tabbed window.

 

35.

Tabbing will go onto the next editable field in the window.

 

36.

Banner style & size & display exact same as existing windows.

 

37.

If 8 or less options in a list box, display all options on open of list box - should be no need to scroll.

 

38.

Errors on continue should cause user to get returned to the tab and the focus should be on the field causing the error. (I.e. the tab is opened, highlighting the field with the error on it).

 

39.

Pressing continue while on the first tab of a tabbed window (assuming all fields filled correctly) will not open all the tabs.

 

40.

On open of tab focus will be on first editable field.

 

41.

All fonts to be the same.

 

42.

Alt+F4 will close the tabbed window and return you to main screen or previous screen (as appropriate), generating "changes will be lost" message if necessary.

 

43.

Micro-help text for every enabled field & button.

 

44.

Ensure all fields are disabled in read-only mode.

 

45.

Progress messages on load of tabbed screens.

 

46.

Return operates continue.

 

47.

If retrieve on load of tabbed window fails window should not open.

 

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