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

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