MI-NUR Návrh uživatelského rozhranní

Nielsen's Heuristic Evaluation

  1. Visibility of system status
    • System keeps informing the user on what’s going on.
    • Feedback provided in reasonable time.
  2. Match between system and the real world
    • The system “speaks the users’ language”
    • Real-world conventions. Natural and logical order of information.
  3. User control and freedom
    • Users often choose system functions by mistake.
    • Provide “emergency exit” from unwanted states.
  4. Consistency and standards
    • Conventions of the platform should be obeyed.
  5. Error prevention
    • Eliminate error-prone conditions. Don’t let them happen.
    • Confirmation option
  6. Recognition rather than recall
    • Relevant objects and options are visible.
    • The user is not requested to remember information.
  7. Flexibility and efficiency of use
    • Provide keyboard shortcuts (accelerators).
    • Accommodate both novice and power users.
  8. Aesthetic and minimalist design
    • Only relevant information is shown.
    • (Each unit of information competes with all other units of information.)
  9. Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors
    • Error messages in plain language
    • Precise indication and constructive suggestion of a solution
  10. Help and documentation
    • Minimal, easy to search
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