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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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There were, however, opportunities to enhance this collaboration, and that's why we created the Enterprise Usability Lab.
A series of usability lab sessions tested common users from various age groups and professional backgrounds on a set of new, interactive ad formats specially designed for online video.
0, an Integrated, On-Demand Solution Combining the Best Aspects of Market Research, Usability Labs and Web Analytics
Onsite observational facilities and usability labs that ensure tighter control of data protection and cost control.
This is especially true with regards to the Eye-Tracking technology & Usability labs that we are launching in China" said Raj Sharma, Co-Founder, Majestic MRSS
WebEffective combines market research, usability labs and Web analytics providing usable data from virtually any website and supports large user samples to provide reliable information on their attitudes and behavior.
The company's Global Consumer Design team combines real world study with virtual technology for a unique perspective, conducting in-home analyses to monitor patterns of usage and cultural influences and through usability labs and digital studios to create realistic settings.
com/) was developed in conjunction with Elsevier's usability labs and its premier Development Partners, which include many established research institutions.
Jim, a lot of people think they've found ways to improve software quality--with usability labs, better tools, larger quality assurance teams, and the like.
Market research practitioners have long been hindered in their ability to rapidly collect qualitative data from specific demographic samples by the expense and time required to design and run in-person focus groups or usability labs," said Alejandro Rivas-Micoud, CEO of Userlytics.