The Two Fundamental Mistakes in Usability Testing

There are two mistakes that organizations make when doing usability testing. And once those mistakes are made, two things are certain: either end users won’t get an application they can actually use or, if they do, it will cost more and take longer. Organizations often make a fundamental mistake by thinking of usability testing as […]
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Navigating User Interfaces: What Works for Disney World Can Work For You

You can learn a lot from how Disney World guides its visitors to the sights those visitors want to see. And, when it comes to finding your way around, Disney World is probably a lot more complicated than any website you’ll ever build. Visitors come to Disney World to see the “sights” (the rides, shows, […]
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Navigating User Interfaces: It’s Just Like How You Get to Your Hotel Room

If you want users to find the content/functionality in your website, then your user interface will have to guide users to the content they want. To do that effectively, you need to understand how people find their way to anywhere — and your last experience with checking into a hotel will tell you everything you […]
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Helping Your Users Find Your Site’s Content

If your users can’t find the content they want on your website, then it really doesn’t matter if you actually have that content. Here’s what you can learn from the craft of “wayfinding” about helping users find what they want. Architecture may not seem to have much to do with building user interfaces for a […]
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Six Rules for Successful Usability Testing

You don’t need a usability lab, special software, or a horde of people to test your UI design. There are, however, six rules that you need to follow to get usable results. I recently worked on an application where, when users first saw it, they couldn’t find the “Add New Item” button. That was because, […]
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