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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.

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incorporate these motions to better aid usability. The other two more popular gestures, pan and rotate, are derivatives of pinch and swipe respectively and are more situational in terms of their use …
answered Aug 20 '12 by Daniel Li
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I have noticed an on-going prevalence of disabled controls upon component load (clicking on a button to load data, only to find all controls are then disabled). As a usability enthusiast, flow has … -argument: There should be little to no restrictions on the behaviour of the user from a usability perspective Why does this UI disabling exist and how does it provide ergonomic gain to the user? …
asked Aug 16 '12 by Daniel Li
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Often, I find people struggle with the usage of press-and-hold gestures on mobile/web platforms. The mere thought of having a user press on a defined object and hold for an arbitrary amount of time be …
asked Aug 8 '12 by Daniel Li