ISTQB Foundation Usability

ISTQB Foundation Usability
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Foundation Level Usability Testing candidates who have passed the Foundation Level „Usability Testing” syllabus exam should be able to accomplish the following Business Objectives:


  • Understand the basic concepts of usability and usability testing.
  • Identify and classify the severity of usability risks and potential accessibility violations in a given product at any stage of a development cycle.
  • Cite relevant standards for usability, user experience, and accessibility and verify their implementation in a given product.
  • Set up procedures so that stated usability, user experience and accessibility goals may be verified in practice for a given product.
  • Design and monitor the implementation of a test plan for achieving stated usability, user experience and accessibility goals.
  • Explain the rationale, process and results of usability, user experience and accessibility evaluations to non-specialist stakeholde

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Certified Foundation Level Usability Testing candidates should be able to demonstrate their skills in the following areas:


  • Understand the concepts of usability, user experience and accessibility.
  • Understand the objectives of usability, user experience and accessibility evaluation.
  • Compare usability, user experience and accessibility evaluation.
  • Understand the three approaches to usability, user experience and accessibility evaluation: Usability review, usability testing and quantitative user surveys for satisfaction measurement.
  • Understand the differences between formative (qualitative) and summative (quantitative) usability evaluation.
  • Understand the key elements of human-centered evaluation.
  • Understand the human-centered design process.
  • Understand the usability evaluation approaches that work well in agile software development lifecycles.
  • Understand typical usability, user experience, and accessibility risks
  • Analyze a given project at the design or evaluation stage, and identify the types of usability risks that are likely to occur
  • Understand the general content and applicability of ISO usability standards and manufacturer guidelines to particular types of project/application
  • Understand the general content and applicability of ISO 9241-171 (Software Accessibility) and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 to particular types of project and applications
  • Understand the general content of accessibility legislation (UK Equality Act 2010 and Americans with Disabilities Act)
  • Understand usability review as a method for evaluating usability, user experience and accessibility
  • Understand the differences between informal usability review and expert usability review
  • Analyze the usability aspects of a software application using the usability review method “heuristic evaluation” according to a checklist provided in the syllabus
  • Understand the principal steps in the usability testing approach
  • Understand the content of a usability test plan
  • Understand the content of a usability test script
  • Define a simple usability test task for a given project
  • Understand considerations to be applied when deciding on a location for usability tests
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of a usability test lab
  • Understand the key activities in a usability test session
  • Understand the procedure to apply for analyzing findings from a usability test
  • Understand the classifications and ratings for usability findings
  • Review a usability test report for a given project
  • Understand how to overcome internal resistance to usability findings
  • Apply a given list of best practices to report and communicate results
  • Understand the quality control activities for a usability test
  • Understand the most frequent and serious mistakes in usability testing
  • Understand the purpose and approach adopted in user surveys
  • Understand the principal content and objectives of the public user questionnaires SUS, SUMI and WAMMI
  • Select appropriate method(s) for verifying and validating usability, user experience and accessibility in a given project
  • Understand the principal tasks and responsibilities of the Usability Tester
  • Understand the principal tasks and responsibilities of the Moderator and the Note-Taker

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995.00

(excl. BTW)

Trainingsduur

2 dagen

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Startdatum

13 oktober 2020

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