Usability is a word you’ve probably heard a lot. It means making products easier to use, by matching their behavior to user needs and expectations. There may be a Usability, or User Experience, department at your company, and you may even report into it.
Usability of a product typically boils down to being able to answer “yes” to four questions. Documentation can play a part in all of these areas.
Usability is the practice of taking human physical and psychological requirements into account when designing programs and computer content. This creates a better product and one that is more intuitive for ...