Dimensions of Usability

by Vishal Mehta on January 2, 2011

in Brand Identity

Is it more important for your website/product to be desirable or accessible? How about usable or credible? The truth is, it depends on your unique balance of ‘context’, ‘content’, and ‘users’ – and the required trade-offs are better made explicitly than unconsciously or subconsciously.

We’ll attempt to discuss and exemplify various aspects and dimensions of usability and user experience – that should be actively considered for the visualization of our brand, product, website, etc. In a series of blog articles, we’ll discuss the following dimensions of user interfaces, singularly:

  • useful
  • usable
  • desirable
  • findable
  • accessible
  • credible
  • valuable

Watch this space as we explore the topics with appropriate examples.

Vishal Mehta

Vishal Mehta

Vishal Mehta is a usability professional who loves to play chess and has a strong eye for details. He's also the CEO of IDYeah Creations, a UX practice in Pune, India. Vishal is also a guest blogger on UXBooth, Technorati, BlogCritics, and SAP Community Network.

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