Usability troubles are generally accessible strategies or rules that use information for controlling and solving problems that may occur between machines and human beings. These rules enable a usability audit or evaluation to be conducted on a UI Design to ensure that it is user friendly.
There are ten common principles for the user design interface. They are usually referred to as heuristics since they tend to be more of rules of thumb, rather than being precisely usability guidelines.
1. Visibility of system status
The system should guarantee that its users are informed about everything that is happening. This should be done with appropriate feedback and within a reasonable timeline. For example, if it will take several minutes to load the screen or display the progress bars. Then the users should be informed about the time estimate that the function will take to load, this way, the consumers…
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