Changes between Version 34 and Version 35 of DeveloperGuidelines/Quality
- 12/29/13 22:41:25 (7 years ago)
v34 v35 141 141 Example: User interfaces which are typically used in the darkness should not blind the user, but use a reduced palette of primarily reddish colors on dark background in order to prevent iris contractions. If the interface is though to be used under varying lighting conditions it should be adaptable (or even auto-adapt). 142 142 143 In order to be valid and accomplishable, UX requirements must be clearly defined(like the above example) for the quality level for which they shall apply - even when their reasoning may be more complex sometimes. 143 In order to be (like the above example) for the quality level for which they shall apply - even when their reasoning may be more complex sometimes. 144 144 145 145 Some general quality requirements also influence the user experience (e.g. correctness, usability, efficiency), but are not specific for the use-case and therefore usually not separately discussed as UX requirements. They are however relevant for UX evaluations and should thus be taken into account in such analyses.