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Usability Testing

What is Usability Testing ?

Usability testing, a non-functional testing technique that is a measure of how easily the system can be used by end users. It is difficult to evaluate and measure but can be evaluated based on the below parameters:

  • Level of Skill required to learn/use the software. It should maintain the balance for both novice and expert user.

  • Time required to get used to in using the software.

  • The measure of increase in user productivity if any.

  • Assessment of a user's attitude towards using the software.

Usability Testing Process:

Usability testing Process in Test Life Cycle