Evaluation of Web Usability Requirement Model and Web Application Interface Components

Nirjhor Anjum, Mithun Sarker, Syed Ishteaque Ahmed


In web application, being a non-quality requirement, usability has been quite a concern for a product to be more successful and efficient for users in the competitive market. User centric design methodology is also based on usability design. Even usability is just a nonfunctional requirement but usability analysis and design can impact the behavioral requirement of a web application in a great extent. The review and feedback sessions are done during prototype design and sometimes like in agile XP process during the user interface designing step. A web application is built on collection of defined HTML controls and components. Our ultimate goal would be to model a guideline of usability requirements for different web application components based on different characteristics of usability like learnability, efficiency, memorability, error recovery, flexibility. In this paper we have evaluated a composite usability requirements model based on the usability requirement attributes & principals and categorization the web application components based on web application design and interaction context.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijarcsse.v9i6.919


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