Usability testing measures how well people can use a particular product or a website.
The aim of usability testing is to create real-world conditions where a product might be used. This will show:
Usability testing can show problems with a design at an early stage.
The parts we test with usability testing are low-fidelity prototypes.
The low-fidelity prototypes are used under observation and any problems or issues should be noted by the observers. The notes are then reflected upon, where the appropriate changes can be made.