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Evaluating UX: Efficiency

Companies are constantly looking for ways to improve upon their current user experience plan and increase a positive relationship with clients and users. But how can they determine if their current plan is working, or what they should change (if anything)? 

 There are three points that measure the user experience in a way that will allow for organizations to test for usability success. In the previous blog post we discussed Effectiveness – the second of these points is Efficiency, which measures how quickly users are able to realize a process.

 In this modern digital era, users look for a way to find answers to their questions more quickly, and accomplish their tasks in an efficient and productive manner. Since there are countless companies in each industry, organizations find themselves in a more challenging and option-filled market. Website designers are now dealing with experienced users who are accustomed to having […]

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6 years, 5 months ago
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Evaluating UX: Effectiveness

Companies are constantly looking for ways to improve upon their current user experience plan and increase a positive relationship with clients and users. But how can they determine if their current plan is working, or what they should change (if anything)? There are three points that measure the user experience in a way that will allow for organizations to test for usability success. The first of these points is Effectiveness, which is a method of attempting to understand how users are able to interact with a system.

 How users will be about to navigate and explore your site is crucial to research in your site development process, as well as how well they will use it. Web users have become accustomed to specific interface elements, so organizations are advised to remain consistent with their choices, layout and overall interface design choices. The human brain embraces familiarity, and will feel more […]

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6 years, 5 months ago
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Accessibility: Why It Should Be Your Top Priority

Let’s look at the basics of UX (user experience). Zero in on your users – discover what they need and value, as well as their innate abilities and limitations. Analyzing them in depth takes into account their business objectives and company goals as you progress into the projects and solutions that they require. The best experience for the user is entangled with improving their interaction with your product, as well as their perception of who you are as a company and any services that you offer.

 According to Peter Morville (the creator of the User Experience Honeycomb), in order for the user experience to be meaningful, any information they interact with must be: useful, usable, desirable, findable, accessible, and credible. 

Accessibility concentrates on how a disabled individual interacts with and derives benefit from a site, system or application. This is crucial to the development and creation of your site, and […]

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6 years, 6 months ago