Interface Design and Usability Engineering
The look and feel of the application can be the single most important determinant of its value to the user. Isys Information Architects specializes in the design of highly usable interfaces that are easily learned, minimize user frustration and maximize user productivity.
We begin with the system requirements and a few basic rules:
- Software must assist the user perform a task, not become a task in itself
- Software must not make the user feel stupid
- Software must not make the computer appear to be stupid
Due to our careful attention to the user interface, Isys Information Architects can reduce system development time, increase end-user productivity, and reduce training costs.
Isys Information Architects designers have provided design consultations, design seminars, and usability engineering services to a wide variety of national and multi-national companies. Isys Information Architects president, Brian C. Hayes, has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in human factors engineering and user interface design, and has conducted extensive research into GUI design and adaptive assistance software.
Isys Information Architects serves as a facilitator between the users and developers of the application. We can help you attain the highest user satisfaction with your products by providing:
- User interface design specifications for new or legacy applications
- Evaluation of existing or proposed interface designs
- Analysis of existing task procedures and workflow
- Assistance with eliciting requirements from intended users
- Prioritization of user requirements
- Rapid and iterative prototyping of user requirements
- Usability evaluations and laboratory testing
- Tools and techniques for assessing usability
- Seminars in user interface design and usability engineering
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