4 edition of usability business found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joanna Bawa, Pat Dorazio and Lesley Trenner, (eds).|
|Series||Practitioner series, Practitioner series (Springer-Verlag)|
|Contributions||Dorazio, Pat, 1953-, Trenner, Lesley, 1957-|
|LC Classifications||TK5105.888 .B39 2001, TK5105.888 .B39 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 161 p. :|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||2001042664|
This book provides a variety of answers in its description and discussion of new, sometimes radical approaches to `usability evaluation', now an increasingly common business tool. It contains new thinking of the subject of usability evaluation in industry. Contributions come from those involved in t. Get this from a library! The Usability Business: Making the Web Work. [Joanna Bawa; Pat Dorazio; Lesley Trenner] -- Reviews of the 'Politics of Usability' by the same editors: "Designing quality web sites or easy-to-use software is simple: just employ established usability engineering methods. The .
Book - February 1, Authors/Editors: Bruce Hanington, Bella Martin Universal Principles of Design, Revised and Updated: Ways to Enhance Usability, Influence Perception, Increase Appeal, Make Better Design Decisions, and Teach through Design. Usability can be described as the capacity of a system to provide a condition for its users to perform the tasks safely, effectively, and efficiently while enjoying the experience. In software engineering, usability is the degree to which a software can be used by specified consumers to achieve quantified objectives with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction in a quantified context of use.
Usability evaluation of a data model tests whether the data model is easy to read, understand, and use by the database and data warehouse designers. A data model is usually designed in a way to cover the requirements of database and data warehouse designers. There are many common data models designed for specific domains, such as health, banking, or business. Usability boosts online sales in the following ways. Usability initiatives like contextual inquiry and usability testing help identify the information customers need to complete the sale — as well as potential sales obstacles like shipping costs and ease of product returns.
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The Usability Business usability business book a unique insight into usability issues. The book deals with real work situations focussing on practical, workable approaches to professional responsibilities.
The book deals with real work situations focussing on practical, workable approaches to professional responsibilities. Business Analysis, Software Testing, Usability: A Quick Guide Book for Better Project Management and Faster IT Career: Yitmen, Koray, Graham, Dorothy, Copeland, Lee, Black, Rex: : Books.
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The Usability Business offers a unique insight into usability issues. The book deals with real work situations focussing on practical, workable approaches to. He is the author of the best-selling UX Design and Usability Mentor Book, Business Analysis Methodology Book and Business Analyst's Mentor Book.
He is one of the managing partners of UXservices, BA-Works and Keytorc. He started his career as a technology and management consultant at Arthur Andersen and Accenture/5(21). After executives read this book at one of my former companies, all of a sudden usability (and satisfaction) took on much more value, and projects to improve our web experience were initiated.
This book still provides excellent arguments for why customer satisfaction and usability projects should be prioritized very high in an enterprise.
He is the author of the best-selling UX Design and Usability Mentor Book, Business Analysis Methodology Book and Business Analyst's Mentor Book. He is one of the managing partners of UXservices, BA-Works and Keytorc/5(21).
A book written in still remaining one of the best style guides for web interfaces. How to plan, develop and manage a website or web project. Information on web teams and on interface design. Highly readable, this book is overflowing with examples and is beneficial for a.
I read the 8 best business books of all time (so you don't have to)—here are the only lessons you need to know Published Wed, Mar 6 PM EST Updated Thu, Mar 7 Author: Sam Thomas Davies. About the book. The Art of Data Usability teaches you to think about data quality in context, presenting a methodology to maximize the usefulness of data for its intended consumers.
In this practical guide, you'll master an iterative process for identifying and refining user data needs and reflecting those requirements in your data projects. The first comprehensive, book-length work in the field of usability inspection methods.
With the help of numerous real-life case studies, the authors give you: Step-by-step guidance on all important methods now in use, including the heuristic evaluation method, the pluralistic walkthrough method, the cognitive walkthrough method, and more.
The obvious person to thank ﬁrst is Jeff Rubin. Jeff wrote Handbook of Usability Testing, one of the seminal books about usability testing, at a time when it was very unusual for companies to invest resources in performing a reality check on the usability of. Emrah Yayici contributes to UXPA (User Experience Professionals Association) as a chapter vice-President.
He is the author of the best-selling UX Design and Usability Mentor Book, Business Analysis Methodology Book and Business Analyst's Mentor Book. He is one of the managing partners of UXservices, BA-Works and : EMRAH YAYICI. The book is quite good, perfectly on pair with the green and purple ones (Handbook of Usability Testing: Howto Plan, Design, and Conduct Effective Tests and A Practical Guide to Usability Testing respectively, previous best books on the subject).
And this book is much more fresh (both green and purple books was published quite a long time ago Cited by: is the one-stop source for user experience best practices and strategies. Learn how to create more usable, useful, and accessible websites.
was created by the US Department of Health and Human Services as a resource for UX best practices and website guidelines. The site has a huge library of templates and resources, including consent forms, report templates, and sample emails.
About this template: this ten-page, text-heavy template is a blueprint for a comprehensive moderated usability testing proposal.
A very well-written and concise book for practitioners. Puts business analysis, testing and usability into perspective.
Real-world experiences shape its content. It offers sound guidance for IT projects and highlights ways to prevent IT project failures/5(6). A beacon in a sea of web design titles, this book treats web site usability as a preeminent, practical, and realizable business goal, not a buzzword or abstraction.
The book is written for web designers and web project managers seeking a balance between usability goals and business concerns. usability: Ease, speed, and intuitiveness in operating or using a device, service, or facility.
Usability arises from a combination of well thought-out architectural and design factors, and translates into user's ability to successfully perform tasks and solve problems with customary effort. Business Analysis book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
There are many books about topics and disciplines in Information T 3/5. Usability is part of the broader term “user experience” and refers to the ease of access and/or use of a product or website.
A design is not usable or unusable per se; its features, together with the context of the user (what the user wants to do with it and the user’s environment), determine its level of usability. The official ISO definition of usability is: “the extent to.
Copenhagen Business School, Howitzvej 60 DK Frederiksberg Abstract. A system can have adequate functionality, but inadequate usability because it is too difficult to use. The purpose of usability requirements is to guard against that. This paper shows six styles for usability requirements seen in practice or recom-mended by experts.
This is the article to give to your boss or anyone else who doesn't have much time, but needs to know the basic usability facts. What — Definition of Usability.
Usability is a quality attribute that assesses how easy user interfaces are to use. The word "usability" also refers to methods for improving ease-of-use during the design process.He is the author of the best-selling Business Analysis Methodology Book, Business Analyst's Mentor Book, UX Design and Usability Mentor Book, Design Thinking Methodology Book, and Creativity: Artful Thinking for Innovative Business and Technology/5.