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7.2 Usability

7.2 Usability

Easy to use intuitive interface design allows new operators to quickly become competent in the basic operations of a product. Good user interface design can be the discriminating factor for a consumer’s level of customer satisfaction or frustration in their...
7.2 Usability

7.2 Usability

The user–product interfaces of many electronic products are extremely complex rather than being intuitive and easy to use. “When planning a user interface, a designer should focus on the needs of the end users. It often happens, instead, that designers are too...
7.2 Usability

7.2 Usability

FastCoDesign tells a tale of a young girl designing a cup for here grandfather suffering with Parkinson Disease.  It’s interesting to note that due to her age she has no preconceived ideas, the purity of her problem solving has led to an excellent concept. Her...
7.2 Usability

7.2 Usability

  Usability is the extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals effectively (completely and accurately) and efficiently (fast and with minimum effort) while functioning in a predictable and consistent manner. If so, the...
7.2 Usability

7.2 Usability

Designers must consider the limits of population stereotypes. Through recognizing these limits, the designers can critically assess the appropriateness of their product in relation to those who will use it. IB Syllabus – Additional higher level topics  ...