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What's the difference between user experience and usability?
Transcript of What's the difference between user experience and usability?
user experience and usability? Two uses of the term Defining Usability Defining UX Learnability : How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the first time they encounter the design?
Efficiency : Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they perform tasks?
Memorability : When users return to the design after a period of not using it, how easily can they reestablish proficiency?
Errors : How many errors do users make, how severe are these errors, and how easily can they recover from the errors?
Satisfaction : How pleasant is it to use the design? The problem Because UX and usability disciplines care about user satisfaction, a lot of people use the terms synonymously.
But the fact remains that, even though they are closely related, UX and usability are different. Possible answer Finding a UX professional How do you know if someone that talks about UX a lot is qualified to be a UX designer?
Do they know usability principles?
Is their portfolio a list of URLs or case studies?
Can they critique on their feet?
Are they effective communicators? Any questions? Thank you! @kkmett
http://upaiowa.org Lead UI/UX Designer
The Principal Financial Group Professionals use the term UX to describe the mentality of contextual design thinking.
For everyone else, UX is how users perceive and feel about an entire application and/or website. Source: Nielsen Norman Group Usability focuses on if users can find the button.
User experience focuses on what drives the user to push the button. Thus, usability is a subset of UX. Not just tell you how to make a design better, but justify those critiques with user research or design principles, not just trends. Because UX is still gaining popularity in businesses, your candidate has to be exceptional at presentations and communicating design principles.