While conducting a User Interface evaluation there are many things the evaluators should check.
The most important:
- The user should recognize that he remains on the same website despite switching screens.
(Consistency – Stable Layout)
- The user should be informed about the system status. Either it’s loading, either it is not
responding the user should be informed somehow.
- The website with a first look must inform the visitor about its content. We need a description
about the website, so as to remind the user where and why he is here.
- Provide Exits and an Undo function. A user should feel flexible and safe about his actions,
while using the website.
- Provide help documentation and information about the founders of the website.
Some Other Major Rules:
- Site Load-time should be Reasonable.
- Site Has a Custom Not-found/404 Page, and we are sure it will “never” be shown.
- The Website Logo Is Prominently Placed(usually top-left) and when a user clicks it he redirects
to home page.
- The website should help the user navigate. This should be done by showing him where he is
(homepagepage1page2), by descriptional URLs (www.example.com/show=page1), and by
providing an easily identifiable navigation bar.
- A website search box should be available and easy to use.
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