To expand on our discussion of usability and audience and purpose, analyze the US Government’s page on Usability Testing with Kids and Teens and how it differs from the US Government’s main page on Usability testing. “I” in this post, but keep the tone professional.
Here is a link to the Usability Testing with Kids and Teens: https://www.usability.gov/get-involved/blog/2015/02/working-with-kids-and-teens.html (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Here is a link to the main Usability Testing page: https://www.usability.gov/how-to-and-tools/methods/usability-testing.html (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
In 250 to 300 words, your post must establish, comment on, and analyze the following:
Who is the audience of the Usability Testing for Kids and Teens page? How do you know? Use textual evidence within the page itself to support your analysis of who is reading this page. What examples about usability testing kids and teens does the page provide?
After scanning both pages, how does the US government adapt advice for usability testing kids and teens? Please use specific examples and comparisons from both pages to support your analysis.
What are ethical considerations of usability testing kids and teens that the Usability Testing Kids and Teens page addresses? Please use specific examples to support your analysis.
Consider the visible structure and layout of the content in the Usability Testing with Kids and Teens page. How is the information on the Usability Testing with Kids and Teens displayed in a user centered way? How is visible structure created on this page? How are colors, visuals, and white space used within the page to facilitate ease of reading? Be descriptive and use specific examples.
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