Hur en god användbarhet kan uppnås med avseende på navigerbarhet vid utvecklandet av en e-handel
Sammanfattning: A survey, carried out and answered by students at Linköping University proved that 92.6% of the surveyees are interested in buying second-hand course literature. Numerous retailers exist for this market, however the problems with the solutions at the time of the survey are clear; lack of structure and absence of filtering and search functions. Therefore, the thesis aims to create an e-commerce for second-hand course literature with good usability with regards to good navigability for students by applying scientific theories and the feedback of user tests at two separate iterations. The result was Bokhyllan, a web application where buyers and sellers meet to exchange second-hand course literature for money. The conclusion was that the navigation bar, visual confirmations after actions, useful search and filtering functions, and the layout and placement of links make up decisive roles in the navigability of web applications. A relevant addition to this report within the key area would be to investigate different age groups, as this report solely delimits to students.
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