by Dave | Blog
Businesses should find out if their products and services are both satisfying and easy to use. This can be done by measuring user experience (UX) with actual evidence instead of opinions. UX can be measured with metrics derived from qualitative and quantitative methods of evaluating products and services. These metrics are used to help refine offerings and better benefit users.
Before moving forward with collecting data, they must first decide which metrics to use, make sure that they’re both qualitative and quantitative, and establish clear timeframes to understand emerging trends.
It is recommended that UX success be measured with usability. Here’s a quick guide for doing so:
The following are the most accessible video conferencing apps and what their strong points are:
When people decide to hire a web developer to create their website, they have to understand that they’re making an investment, and it’s not a passive investment that will take care of itself once it’s up. Here are a couple of website facts that web developers must ensure their clients realize:
• Changes to programming language will require rewriting of codes.
• Commercial software licenses have to be kept up.
• Third party apps may disappear, requiring a switch to an alternative.
• Trends shift at break-neck speed. To avoid looking dated, a website must be able to adapt as needed.