In this post, we have covered user interface, functional, and non-functional test cases for whiteboard.
The focus here is to cover the different features to be tested instead of the creation of formal test cases, so basically we will be presenting test scenarios here. If you want to know the exact difference between test cases and test scenarios, please refer to this post – Difference b/w Test Case and Test Scenario.
- Verify that the dimension of the whiteboard is as per the specifications.
- Verify the exact color of the board – white color variant.
- Verify the smoothness of the whiteboard.
- Verify the material used to develop the surface of the whiteboard
- Verify the material used in the body of the whiteboard, its hooks, and other parts.
- Verify if the board is suitable for writing with normal/specified marker types.
- Verify if there is sufficient friction in the board to allow writing on its surface.
- Verify if text written on the board using normal markers gets erased using a duster.
- Check if there is a holder for markers and a duster on the whiteboard.
- Verify that the board works normally in all climatic conditions- humidity, temperatures, etc.
- Verify that the board doesn’t reflect too much light which makes it unreadable.
- Verify the amount of pressure required to write on the board using normal markers.
- Verify that markers of all colors but white should be visible on the board.
- Verify that text written on the board should not fade away quickly(or before a specified time).
- Verify that the board has hooks to hang them over the wall.
- Verify if text written using permanent markers, paints, etc can be erased on the board using chemicals.
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