Usability Bulletin. Issue No. 20
Successful Project - User Oriented Project
| What is common between a disabled person and a mobile phone owner?
| Screen Reader Application
| What is usability measured in? Definitely not in parrots (part 2)
| Usability Calendar Is Back!
| John Shrag: The Power of Precise Goals
A successful project is a user-
oriented project By creating a project that focuses on user goals,
you can invent new convenient services. Moreover, you can create social
communications around goods, and this is successfully monetized! That's just ... What
will help to take into account the goals of your users? Marketing? Unfortunately, the frontal
the transfer to the Internet of the practice of conventional marketing does not give a result.
What is common between a disabled person and a mobile phone owner?
Scientists from the University of Manchester (University of
Manchester) came to an unambiguous conclusion: input errors made by
users of mobile devices are of the same nature and the same nature as
observed in people with impaired motor functions of the limbs when working with a
application IBM has developed an application that allows
users to make sites more accessible to people with disabilities
What is usability measured in? Definitely not in parrots (part 2)
In the first part of the article, its author, a doctor of psychological
A.N. Kostin, candidate of technical sciences, criticizes usability metrics according
to ISO 9126-4 and ISO 9241-11. They are blurred in content, incomplete, often
do not coincide, and sometimes contradictory. In the second part of the article, the author
substantiates the need to develop new metrics on a new basis.
Usability Calendar Is Back!
We are pleased to inform all readers of the
"Usability Bulletin" that we again began to update our
John Shrag: The Power of Precise
Goals Design goals are specific tasks that
people can accomplish with your product. Goals provide an opportunity to evaluate the
quality of design and manage the development process. With their help, you can decide
when the task is completed and is it possible to move on to another. Goals help
avoid over-focusing on irrelevant details and focus on
what really matters. They allow you to prioritize: what should be
measured now, and what should be left for later.