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What is Quick Quality Assurance?

We know that amongst some of our clients, Quality Assurance matters less in comparison to speed on certain requests. Thus, roughly 20% of the time that is spent on Quality Assurance might not be adding sufficient value to the process for all requests.

Demand for our service is currently quite large and since all tasks go through the same QA process, some tasks end up being delivered later than they could if the QA time were reduced. By reducing the time spent on QA on some tasks, we have significant cost benefits for SlideHub and our Clients as we expect to be able to handle the same number of slides at a discount of 20% of the task total.

In order to be able to give our clients the option of choosing if they would prefer to prioritize speed over quality we have developed this new process we can apply to Standard Tasks.

This process is Quick Quality Assurance and it involves the quality factor of the work being reduced in order to promote a smaller total cost and increase in speed.

How it works

Go to Send Task and then you send your request normally, stating if it is a Visual Enhancement, Brush Up or both, and add that you would like this project to be worked following the QQA process.


This process can only be applied if the work required on the slides is either a Brush Up, Visual Enhancement, or both
There is a discount of 20% of your total hours on QQA tasks
The average turnaround of requests is faster than standard tasks

Below is a list of checks for our Standard Quality Assurance Process compared with the QQA Process:

Standard Quality Assurance Process (current process for all tasks):

Follow the Guidelines
Content Check
Client Instructions
Correct template + layouts usage
Consistency between slides
Overall alignments
Font type
Font size consistency
Color usage
The slides look good
Table formatting
Graph formatting
Box Margins
Icons style, meaning and consistency.
Placeholders Placement (page, number, footer, titles)
Check for Titles / Headings jumpings
Animations/ Transitions Speaker Notes check

Quick Quality Assurance Process

Pragmatic check of Guidelines and Design (not 100 % guaranteed)
Content Check
Client-specific Instructions checked

Examples of Task Instructions

Please apply Brush Up to the non-hidden slides following the QQA process.
Please apply Visual Enhancement to the slides following the QQA process.
Please apply a mix of Brush Up and Visual Enhancement based on the stickers on the slides following the QQA process.

If you would like to know more about the QQA process please reach out to

Updated on: 05/16/2024

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