Ease of Use User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Ease of Use: Concept Definition
Ease of use is a straightforward concept –it's a measurement of how easy the finished product is to use by its intended users. Design is often a battle between trying to deliver functionality and trying to deliver ease of use. It͛s important to consider ease of use during the design phase and where possible accommodate the need for ease of use.
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How to Design for Ease of Use
Ease of use is something that designers strive for but how can you design for ease-of-use? It’s a common question at the start of projects; “If we’re going to do this well, it will need to satisfy ease-of-use for our customers. What kind of universal metrics can we apply to ensure that the product does just that?”Someone at IBM said; “Ease of us...
An Introduction to Usability
Usability and user experience (UX) are not the same thing: the usability of a product is a crucial part that shapes its UX, and hence falls under the umbrella of UX. While many might think that usability is solely about the “ease of use” of a product, it’s actually more than that. The ISO 9421-11 standard on usability describes it as: “The exte...