How are usability recommendations presented and will I need a computer science degree to understand them?
Not at all. Usability professionals go to great lengths to present recommendations in plain language which clearly explains what has to be done to improve the user experience of a site. Having said that, because the work originates from a scientific base, detailed technological explanations are also provided to help designers and technologists make the changes. Additionally, recommendations are prioritised to show which improvements should be done first to make the greatest difference to usability.
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