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Early-Design Testing

by William Hudson | | 17 min read
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Early-Design Testing is a great way to minimize extra work later in the process.

Let’s get started on this exciting topic! In the video, William Hudson introduces early-design testing generally and the two methods we’re going to cover in detail: tree testing and first-click testing:

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