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us·a·ble

also use·a·ble  (yo͞o′zə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being used: usable byproducts.
2. Fit for use; convenient to use: usable spare parts.

us′a·bil′i·ty, us′a·ble·ness n.
us′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.usability - the quality of being able to provide good service
usefulness, utility - the quality of being of practical use
Translations
použitelnost
käytettävyys
usabilidade
användbarhet

usability

nVerwendbarkeit f; (of ideas, suggestions)Brauchbarkeit f
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We have a strong UX team, and we've been coordinating with our own Usability Lab for years now, testing our designs directly on customers.
In addition, there are product road map sessions, the Oracle DEMOgrounds in the Exhibitor Showcase, and the Oracle User Experience Usability Lab, where attendees test future releases and ultimately influence product designs.
Testing was carried out in the usability lab during two different afternoon sessions.
Usability testing also does a poor job of capturing real-world urgency or other emotional states--it's far different to pretend you need to call tech support in the usability lab than to actually need to call because your Internet connection is down at a particularly inopportune moment.
The model has been getting tested at CAIR's usability lab for the past 12 months.
degree programs in computer science and management engineering, online courses, and research initiatives with the Scholarly Communications Lab and the Usability Lab.
A usability lab was also available throughout the event for customers to experience the features and functionality of the latest WennSoft releases.
OCLC has been involved with usability testing in the OCLC Usability Lab (aka Ulab) since its opening in July 1990.
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My research was very thorough and extensive, involving questionnaires, interviews and observing both men and women using various products in a usability lab.
The university also has a portable usability lab, available for on-site testing.