Usability (Pt 1)

If you are interested in the whole picture when it comes to the areas of paperless systems and interface connections to the usability of systems then you will have heard of Dr Jackbon Nielson, expert in usability.

If you are a reader of this Blog then you will have been informed that I have over the past year or so researching the Paperless office with a special interest in SPA Activities.

Within my research I conducted a survey in how the user perceives the usability of a system, this was designed in a slightly different way due to the time cons rates and resources available to me during the project time scale.

I was mainly concerned with how a product or system has developed in time and design to how the user has perceived it’s original understanding and usability to how it has grown in scale to the users perception of it’s now usability to it’s originally usability.

I wanted to see if there was a connection to understand if this was one of the reasons why the paperless concept is still not t it’s full potential

With no real description part from Usability I classed this as more social degenerative design syndrome and wondered if this could be the real reason why.

In time I will post the findings, and I can assure you that you will be surprised with the findings.

If you want to read more about this subject matter see the following sites

www.useit.com

www.nngroup.com

www.jnd.org

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About martin smith

A degree in Engineering Management ,who is just trying to make life a bit easier, for anyone who wishes to read these articles. View all posts by martin smith

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