A Guide to Usability - Melissa Fisher
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How easy is your product to use?
This is a common question that many of us may have asked. I'd like to break down the answer to this question by looking at common frustrations a user may have with your product or service. Then to delve in deeper into the following areas on what you could look out for Navigation, Feedback, Performance, Memorability, Learnability, Affordances and Error Messages. To sum up, I'll share the things you could do with your team to bake usability from the start.
- When your user’s needs are met, they are more likely to buy your product.
- There are lots of things your team can do to make your product easier to use.
- Testers need to remember and share their initial reaction when testing a product.