@jordisan applies Susan Weinschenk's work on the psychology of UX to heuristic evaluations http://t.co/RxgknFeR @thebrainlady
Some time ago, Susan Weinschenk wrote about the psychologist’s view of UX design, listing a number of facts about the human mind that can be directly applied to interface design. And I think that’s an important point; although usability experts try to put the user in the center of every step of the design process, formalized principles and best practices usually only address technical aspects of the development of interfaces. That’s the case with most of the principles used when evaluating interfaces in heuristic evaluations.
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