How you can handle it? With patience and determination. What sort of tips do you want? It’s like going up to John Williams and saying “Hey, I’m a composer too, any tips on my next concerto?”. It’s so wide a question that the answer will be “drink plenty of water and get a good night’s sleep”. Well, actually, it’ll probably be something better than that, John Williams is a clever guy with a gentle, poetic manner. He once said “It’s not hard work that makes success - it’s sustained hard work that makes success”. I’m hardly the John Williams of testing, but you see what I’m saying.
John Williams also said “My attempts to try to support these films, and reach people through what they hear, is mostly an intuitive thing. The application of the modulartory structures of music and so on - manipulations, if you like. Music for me is really like sculpting. You take a chunk out of the stone, and another chunk, and finally it reveals itself. What’s in the stone we didn’t know when we began - we will find it”. Maybe all you need is the confidence to tap into your intuition and experience to roll with the shifting, exploratory path through the landscapes of test strategy and context-driven risk analysis.
He also has said that he asks himself what the texture and tone of a film is before he begins crafting a score. Maybe you should feel the texture and tone of your website and it will help you craft something beautiful.