journey based on the 10 Nielsen heuristics proposed by Jakob Nielsen
what it is
a usability-focused journey that brings together 10 general principles of interaction design to be observed when developing or evaluating digital interfaces in order to ensure good usability and, consequently, a satisfactory user experience.
the 10 Nielsen heuristics were developed by Jacob Nielsen and first presented in 1994.
why to use
10 Nielsen heuristics journey is a kind of checklist that addresses several fundamental aspects of the usability of digital interfaces, providing resources to deal with empirical usability issues, helping to identify possible problems and offering solutions.
how to use
The journey based on the 10 Nielsen heuristics has ten points of divergence that must be applied with the team to define each of the topics proposed by Jakob Nielsen in his methodology. for each topic of the original methodology, we put together a divergence kit at strategeegia.digital with questions to help the team collaboratively define the decisions necessary for the project.
each block of JAKo Nielsen’s original methodology was converted into a divergence kit, generating the five kits in the list below:
- system visibility
- system match
- user control
- consistency and standards
- error prevention
- rather recognition
- flexibility and efficiency
- minimalist design
- help users to recognize, diagnose, and recover fron errors
- help documentation