3 usability principles about the users
Written on 21 January 2014, 03:49pm
From the usability bible, now revisited:
1. Users don’t read, they scan pages.
2. Users take decisions based on trial and error. If they don’t get what they expect, they hit the ‘Back’ button; there is no penalty for being wrong.
3. Users are in hurry; they don’t read instructions. They don’t really care how the things suppose to work; if they find a way that works, they stick to it.
Written by Dorin Moise (Published articles: 256)