By William J. McIver Jr., Ahmed K. Elmagarmid
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1 Usefulness, Usability, and User-Centered Systems The noted cognitive psychologist and human factors researcher Thomas K. Landauer (1995) points to the “failure to design well” as the central cause of problems with usefulness and usability of computer-based systems and processes. These failures, he points out, are often due to a lack of focus on users in the design, development and operational phases of systems. Other major factors Landauer cites as impacting usefulness and usability include the following: – Hardware and software limitations: Usefulness and usability are often limited by the functional limitations of software systems and in some cases the technical limitations of the hardware systems that they control.
A detailed discussion of such issues is beyond the scope of this article. edu); “Towards Accessible Human-Computer Interaction” by Bergman & Johnson, 1995; and “Computers and People with Disabilities” by Glinert and York, 1992. The concept of universal design has evolved out of the objective of designing systems that can accommodate people with disabilities. The goal of universal design is to develop systems that can be used by the widest possible range of people without design modifications. ; Pacific Bell AGPD 1996).
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Advances in Digital Government (Advances in Database Systems) by William J. McIver Jr., Ahmed K. Elmagarmid