Good usability – what does that even mean? The term has been around for quite a while now; long enough anyways to have gained some serious popularity. In a previous article we even argued that “usability has become a commodity and is no longer a distinctive feature”. That is because people have long gotten used to certain design standards.
Usability is “the extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction in a specified context of use.”
In other words, good usability implies that users can easily use a product and by doing so, reach their goals quickly and without falling into despair. Design is the tool that you need to build websites with good usability.
Here are 5 critical design mistakes that affect the usability and therefore get in the way of your user experience.
Read more: http://blog.usabilla.com/5-design-mistakes-that-interfere-with-your-online-usability/
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