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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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Managing to meet usability requirements: Establishing and meeting software development goals.
"The more recent awareness by our customers of coupling good usability requirements from user research with a robust specification and planning phase is a major step toward producing designs that will not only comply with the FDA guidelines, but meet the user needs," he noted.
“I'm impressed with the changes in openUC V4.6 as I feel it addresses the scalability and usability requirements we have today; and it was good to rub elbows with the people here from the user community to learn more about their experiences.” Glenn Johnson, CTO, Stalwart
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