Iterative Design of User Interfaces

Iterative Design of User Interfaces
Iterative Design of User Interfaces

Originally published in IEEE Computer Vol. 26 , No. 11 (November 1993), pp. 32–41. Introduction

It has long been recognized [Refs. 1,2,3,4] that user interfaces should be designed iteratively in almost all cases because it is virtually impossible to design a user interface that has no usability problems from the start. Even the best usability experts cannot design perfect user interfaces in a single attempt, so a usability engineering lifecycle should be built around the concept of iteration. [Ref. 5]

Iterative development of user interfaces involves steady refinement of the design based on user testing and other evaluation methods. Typically, one would complete a design and note the problems several...






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