10 things non-technical users don?t understand about your software
If you are writing consumer software you have to understand that you and your average user have a very different level of understanding of computers.
Published : 2014-01-30.
Last updated : 2017-05-02.
- Copy and paste
- The difference between web and native applications
- Data storage
- The jargon you use
- Right click
- What changes can be reversed
- The need for backups
- That they should read the documentation
- Problem exists between keyboard and chair
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