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By Rhonda Bracey. UXMatters, February 23, 2009. "... Whether you are an interaction designer, usability professional, technical communicator, quality assurance engineer, or developer, reviewing a user interface typically means identifying usability problems related to: the layout, logical flow, and structure of the interface and inconsistencies in the design; non-compliance with standards; ambiguous wording in labels, dialog boxes, error messages, and onscreen user assistance; functional errors
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