Usability inspection

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Usability inspection is the name for a set of methods where an evaluator inspects a user interface. This is in contrast to usability testing where the usability of the interface is evaluated by testing it on real users. Usability inspections can generally be used early in the development process by evaluating prototypes or specifications for the system that can't be tested on users. Usability inspection methods are generally considered to be less costly to implement than testing on users.[1]

Usability inspection methods include:


  1. ^ Nielsen, Jakob. Usability Inspection Methods. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, 1994
  2. ^ Nizamani, Sehrish; Khoumbati, Khalil; Nizamani, Sarwat; Memon, Shahzad; Nizamani, Saad; Laghari, Gulsher (2021-03-20). "A methodology for domain and culture-oriented heuristics creation and validation". Behaviour & Information Technology: 1–27. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2021.1903080. ISSN 0144-929X. S2CID 233682515.
  3. ^ Nizamani, S.; Khoumbati, K.; Nizamani, Sarwat; Memon, S.; Nizamani, Saad (2019-03-06). "Usability evaluation of the top 10 Universities of Pakistan through Guideline Scoring". Sindh University Research Journal: Science Series. 51 (1): 151–158. doi:10.26692/sujo/2019.01.27. ISSN 1813-1743. S2CID 196182134.

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