improve usability

A big city seen from a tall building

When making software, one will automatically want to believe in the result being useful. Why wouldn’t it be? After all, the software product is built to solve a task, so it should be useful for the task, right? This is not necessarily the case. Nielsen defines usefulness of software by two key terms: utility and usability. In this post, I am going to walk you through these concepts. 🚶🏼 (more…)

A new message on a phone screen

The biggest misconception about usability is that you would always need to have real test users to improve the user experience. There are however more economical ways to make improvements into your application’s user interface. Today we are going to take a look at workload and missing information content. (more…)