Usability describes the ease of use for a software application. There are many ways to evaluate and establish usability patterns including card sorting, tree tests, heuristic evaluation, surveys, activity analysis, and ethnography among many others.
At Mutually Human we favor frequent prototyping and the availability of fully functional software as early in the development process as possible. We've observed that feedback from stakeholders and users who have access to these early versions of an application is extremely valuable and allows us to make changes quickly and efficiently.
Usability is an important measure for successful software but we also like to keep it in perspective. Usability is not the only thing we test for and definitely not our highest goal. We also want your software to be desirable, marketable, memorable, aesthetically pleasing, and stable among other things.
- Internal Expectations
- The Case for Immersion
- The Curious Case for Content
- Looking Closer at Empathy
- Syncr Evolution: Interface updates.
- Day 3 From Interaction, Dublin
- Announcement: More Features, Easier Customization with Syncr
- To Find Your Audience, Think Like a Scientist
- GRWebDev Presentations - UX: Making Web Sites People Want to Use
- Don't Settle for Grandma's User Experience!
- In Response To The World Runs On Bad Software