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DEFINITION: Also see human-computer interaction and graphical user interface.Usability is the measure of a product's potential to accomplish the goals of the user. In information technology, the term is often used in relation to software applications and Web sites, but it can be used in relation to any product that is employed to accomplish a task (for example, a toaster, a car dashboard, or an alarm clock).  … 

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Usability: Just One More Thing You Don't Have Time For?
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VIDEO: In this brief video, hear from Steve Krug, author of Don't Make Me Think, as he discusses the importance of user experience and usability testing. Learn how you can improve the apps and sites you design and build, without breaking the bank or increasing your time spent on development.
Posted: 09 Sep 2013 | Premiered: 09 Sep 2013

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