Quality Systems

Epic Quality Fails

One of the commonly applied definitions of quality is that a delivered product (or project) conforms to the specifications originally used to define it. If conformance to specifications does not occur, or if the product fails to satisfy its intended use, then a defect is present.

There’s no better way to drive this point home that to take a look at some humorous situations where a) a defect occurred because the final product did not conform to specifications, or b) where the final product did not align with the context of use! Can you pick out which of these examples from http://failblog.org falls into each category?

There are quality-related posts almost every day at this site – I’ll include the quality fails here every so often.

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