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usability

(ūz″ă-bil′ĭt-ē)
A design characteristic pertaining to the ease with which people can employ tools and processes to perform goal-related tasks. Included in the characteristics are elements such as ease of learning, recall, satisfaction, and efficiency.
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The new shaver is marketed to both 'manual' and 'electric' shaver users, and Panasonic leveraged the QPM to independently test and verify product Usability (Ease of Use) and Consumer Preference.
Healthland found its clients' reports offered positive feedback in the areas of quality technical support; customer-oriented service; product usability and ease of use; and an improved organizational development.
People everywhere use our products to capture content from their screens in ways that help them communicate more clearly, create engaging presentations for diverse audiences, and analyze product usability and customer experience.
This new release contains significant technological innovations in the areas of translator productivity and quality, product usability, and standards support as well as featuring a highly visual localization environment for Microsoft WPF web-based applications.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 3, UEVision will kick off an interactive and educational webinar series with the first session entitled "Why Product Usability Can Help You Win More Customers -- Even in a Down Economy.
Design & Develop Products - Product usability has a bigger impact on top line revenue than anyone realizes.
We wanted to bring our product usability up to the level of our industry leading portfolio rebalancing feature set.
Good product usability is achieved by first understanding the target users' needs, their goals, the challenges and limitations they face, the unique ways they use the product.
TMW Systems was awarded Microsoft certification after careful scrutiny of their product development requirements process, the availability of user assistance and documentation for the product, overall user experience and product usability assessments, and the development technology, configuration, and platform used, as well as support for product customization, upgrade and ongoing maintenance.
Comments related to aesthetic issues or product usability are considered as suggestions, and are therefore not called incidents.

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