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  1. Usability is about one thing and that is the quality of interaction between people and products. It’s really that simple. However, the process involved to ensure this quality is less straightforward. Also, to clarify, usability is human factors. They are one and the same.

    The task of increasing the quality of interactions between people and products can be driven by regulation. For example, making a product safe to use. However, the commercial drivers of making the product more efficient and satisfying to use are just as significant.

    It’s important to know that usability isn’t something that is only applied to medical products, nor is it something that is only applied to complex devices. Something as simple as a tin opener has progressed dramatically since the mid-1900s with regard to usability, as has the folding of a baby stroller and the user experience of many software applications. It’s all around us.
    https://www.medicalplasticsnews.com/news/opinion/whats-the-use/
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  2. Every product has an ultimate goal — to help people solve certain problems. When designing a product, you need to keep user experience in mind, you don’t want to create a product that is more complicated than the actual problem the users have. There are some principles to follow when designing a product. It could be an app, a website or a physical product. These principles would help you shape better user experience.
    https://uxplanet.org/design-principles-that-help-you-shape-the-best-user-experience-260ad3a1bb83/
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  3. Are you creating a “cross-channel conversational engine powered by machine-learning technology”, or simply “a chatbot that learns with the users”?
    https://uxdesign.cc/the-user-experience-of-choosing-the-simplest-possible-words-90628a3c4a44/
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  4. Today, UX research has earned wide recognition as an essential part of product and service design. However, UX professionals still seem to be facing two big problems when it comes to UX research: A lack of engagement from the team and stakeholders as well as the pressure to constantly reduce the time for research.
    https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2018/05/fast-ux-research/
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  5. In product design or user experience design, we are much more familiar with techniques such as user interviews, questionnaires in the initial phase. The raw data collected by the requirement gathering methods are then synthesized by competitor analysis, user flows, use cases, heuristic evaluations. We visualize this information by persona generation and designing visual designs to visualize how the actual product going to be. Somewhere on the line, we have to consider the actual users who will be using this application as well. The world that the real users live in may differ from how we imagine it to be. The proper understanding of how the product that the designers create will help the real users who are outside the development environment would be a definite plus to creating better engaging and usable products.
    https://uxplanet.org/storyboarding-in-ux-and-trips-and-hacks-e6eb7a9f052a/
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