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Old November 14th, 2014, 12:04 PM   #1
Michael Spark
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what procedures or protocols are used for testing design clarity??

hi,
i want to know if there are standard procedures that are used to test the designs from the customer perspective,
for example, in airports and after the civil work is done, a test is arranged by asking a test group to find different gates, to see if someone gets lost or can't find his gate.

this tests how well the signs are arranged and if the font size is big enough for the passengers to notice, and other things related to this matter.

i'm a software engineer, and i'm developing a system to arrange this test in early project stages before starting the civil work, so any information, links, documentation related to this would be helpful.
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