“Why is it that the arrival of iOS 7 is necessarily a momentous event for the smartphone market? Simple: Unlike any other operating system out there, it will be in the hands of millions or tens of millions of users within a few days after its launch,” Pfeiffer Consulting reports. “And that will make it a force to be reckoned with.”
cognitive load, efficiency, customization, as well as user experience friction.”
Pfeiffer Consulting reports, “The combined results of the four different benchmarks and evaluations give iOS 7 a clear advantage in terms of of overall user experience, taking into account the context defined for these benchmarks: day-to-day user experience of an average, non-technical user.”
Pfeiffer Consulting reports, “UXF is the bad stuff, the aspects of a device that can annoy you in a niggling way, or, in extreme cases, drive you crazy. Basically, UXF occurs whenever a device does not do what you expect it to do – or lacks a key feature that should be available.”
Read more in the full report here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Andreas Pfeiffer” for the heads up.]