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- ---- What Is The Definition & Extent Of Web Site Usability?
buckworks - 12:28 pm on Oct 31, 2007 (gmt 0)
Here are a few thoughts to start with:
- Pages load quickly.
- The site is well organized and the information architecture is easy for users to understand.
- The navigation is clear and it's easy to move around the site ... for both sighted and non-sighted users.
- The content is laid out so pages are easy to scan, and when you've finished reading a page it's obvious what to do next.
- Every aspect of the site uses language that is clear, concise and unambiguous. There are no spelling or grammatical errors.
- Graphics are also clear, concise and unambiguous. No garish color combinations, please.
- Content is ordered and elements are labelled so the page would make good sense to someone accessing it with an audible screen reader.
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