Usability of Government Websites in Uganda

  title={Usability of Government Websites in Uganda},
  author={Edgar Napoleon Asiimwe and Nena Lim},
Government websites offer great benefits to citizens and governments. Such benefits, however, cannot be realized if websites are unusable. This study investigates usability of government websites in Uganda. Using the feature investigation method, the study evaluated four Ugandan government websites according to three perspectives. Results show that websites are partially usable in the design layout and navigation perspectives but are rather weak in stating legal policies. Evaluation results… CONTINUE READING
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