A Heuristic Evaluation of the Usability of Infants
My son is 2 1/2. This means he is old enough that I can enjoy the humor in the article, but not so old that I cannot recall those seemingly endless days of sleeplessness and confusion and frustration.
Thank you very much for this. I found it hysterical. I have a son who is almost 4 and a new son who is almost 3 months and is ocassionaly sleeping though the night. (Thank you, God!)
I have a wonderful 7 week 3 day old daughter and got a good laugh out of this. My favourite is the nomenclature "diaper buffer". Indeed.
Mine is 5 now, so the Macro programming is starting to pay off.
I just had premature (by 13 weeks) twins in December 2002. They would have had a usability score of about zero when they were born, since they were hooked up to breathing machines and feeding machines and burping machines and crying machines and pooping machines, I think.
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