Wyrwane z kontekstu – First Click Usability Testing

We analyzed the results of data collected on twelve usability studies on different websites, each with varying amounts and types of content, a range of subject matter complexity, and distinct user interfaces. The results showed that if the first click was correct, the chances of getting the entire scenario correct was .87 (almost 90% were successful). On the other hand, if the first click was incorrect, the chance of eventually getting the scenario correct was only .46, which is less than a 50-50 chance of being successful.

Źródło: First Click Usability Testing, Bob Bailey, Webusability