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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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Tools supporting these techniques are becoming increasingly common in usability labs. However, these techniques can be costly in terms of equipment, human observers, and data storage and analysis requirements.
Sometimes the team does not use the usability lab if the testing requires special hardware or if the lab is not available.
Design and usability tests that take place in the usability lab and are considered by most people to be the traditional usability activities.
At the beginning of development, technical communicators completed all testing since there was no central usability lab in place.
Also provided rent free office space, high speed broadband internet, usability labs, fintech lab, design thinking lab, R and D centers and a host of shared facilities.
Covering a total floor area of 11,400 sq m, the facility will comprise 14 simulators and usability labs employing 157 people.
It will comprise 14 simulators and usability labs and will employ 157 people.
Sun Usability Labs (2001) added the notion of getting feedback from users: "Usability engineering is an approach to product development that is based on customer data and feedback" (p.
* Onsite observational facilities and usability labs that ensure tighter control of data protection and cost control.
Additionally, there were links to usability associations, notable researchers, and other usability labs and centers.
However, a growing number of hardware and software producers, web site producers, and cons ulting firms have constructed usability labs.
*NeuroLab by CoolTool is a comprehensive solution for research agencies and usability labs, which includes Eye Tracking, Emotion Measurement, EEG: brain activity, Mouse Tracking, Implicit Priming Test, and Surveys, which can be used separately or together.