User Centered Design and Usability Approach of Human Computer Interaction to Expand Quality of Software
This study categorizes and concerns for describing critical quality evaluation issues of the developed software to make optimized satisfaction of user by means of human computer interaction concepts. The fundamental assumption is that there is a direct correlation between the quality of the process and the quality of the developed software to make optimized satisfaction of user. The research area that deals with these issues is referred to using the term software process. This study has provided a very quick and high-level overview of the activities that are often qualified as software process research. Based on extensive global personal software process engineering research, study has invented the number of quality issues at single platform which includes specific practices and sub-practices. The purpose is to ensure that requirements for successful global software engineering process are stipulated so that organizations can ensure successful implementation of global software engineering to maintain the high credibility of software for better interaction between human and computer.
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