A powerful formative usability inspection method that identifies early interface problems
• This is rigorous method used to evaluate and identify interface problems, quickly fix them, and then empirically verify the efficacy of the fixes.
• RITE explores user behavior insights relative to design direction as opposed to summative goals, which measure usability issues.
• Prototypes are changed as soon as problems are identified and the team agrees to a solution, and the fix is then retested with more participants.
• Scheduled tests continue after each design change until there is a string of successes with no failures.
• Domain knowledge can help observers prioritize fixes based on their judgment ...