- User experience honeycomb
- The product must be easy to use.
- If the user finds it hard to use they probably won't use it again.
- The value of image, identity and brand is very powerful.
- This is very much about what the product looks like (the user interface) and the reputation the product has wihtin society.
- People with disabilities should be able to access it.
- Consider those with visual and audial impairments as well as learning disabilities.
- It must be worth something to the user.
- They should benefit from the product in a certain way.
- The design elements that influence whether users trust or believe in our product.
- For example, if the brand is well known they will probably trust the product.
- The design of navigation n must be simple so the user can locate objetcs.
- The user needs to be able to find what they require.
- The product provides useful information - i.e. the product is not a waste of time.
- The user forms their opinion of how useful the product is.
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