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Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
Cognitive walkthrough
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  • 1. COGNITIVE WALKTHROUGH Vigneshwar Poojar
  • 2. The cognitive walkthrough is a formalized way of imagining people’s thoughts and actions when they use an interface for the first time
  • 3. Cognitive Walkthrough is all about 4 questions
  • 4. Will the user try to achieve the right effect?
  • 5. Will the user notice that the correct action is available?
  • 6. Will the user associate the correct action with the effect to be achieved?
  • 7. If the correct action is performed, will the user see that progress is being made toward solution of the task?
  • 8. Nielsen’s Heuristic evaluation
  • 9. Nielsen’s Heuristic evaluation
  • 10. Visibility of system status
  • 11. Match between system and the real world
  • 12. User control and freedom
  • 13. Consistency and standards
  • 14. Error prevention
  • 15. Recognition rather than recall
  • 16. Flexibility and efficiency of use
  • 17. Aesthetic and minimalist design
  • 18. Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors
  • 19. Help and documentation
  • 20. Thank You @vigneshwar

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