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Interface on Usability Testing Indonesia Official Tourism Website
A. Ramadona Nilawati, Dewi Agushinta R., Anindito Yoga Pratama, Dea Adlina, Nadia Rahmah Al Mukarrohmah
Pages - 26 - 34     |    Revised - 15-05-2012     |    Published - 20-06-2012
Volume - 3   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - May / June 2012  Table of Contents
Interface, Usability, Website
Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of The Republic of Indonesia must meet the wide audience various needs and should reach people from all levels of society around the world to provide Indonesia tourism and travel information. This article will gives the details in the evolution of one important component of Indonesia Official Tourism Website as it has grown in functionality and usefulness over several years of use by a live, unrestricted community. We chose this website to see the website interface design and usability and to popularize Indonesia tourism and travel highlights. The analysis done by looking at the criteria specified for usability testing. Usability testing measures are the ease of use (effectiveness, efficiency, consistency and interface design), easy to learn, errors and syntax which is related to the human computer interaction. The purpose of this article is to test the usability level of the website, analyze the website interface design, and provide suggestions for improvements in Indonesia Official Tourism Website of analysis we have done before.
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Dr. A. Ramadona Nilawati
- India
Dr. Dewi Agushinta R.
- India
Dr. Anindito Yoga Pratama
- India
Dr. Dea Adlina
- India
Dr. Nadia Rahmah Al Mukarrohmah
- India