System Usability Scale (SUS)

The System Usability Scale (SUS) is a standardized questionnaire designed to evaluate the usability of a system or product. It consists of ten statements that users rate on a scale from 1 to 5, providing quantitative insights into the perceived usability of the system. This template helps assess user satisfaction, complexity, and confidence in using the system.

    Why Should You Use It?

    1. Quantitative Assessment: Obtain numerical data to measure and compare the perceived usability of different systems.

    2. Identifying Complexity: Gauge user perceptions on system complexity, helping to streamline and simplify interfaces.

    3. User Confidence: Evaluate user confidence levels in using the system, influencing user trust and satisfaction.

    4. Consistent Evaluation: Use a standardized approach to gather feedback, allowing for consistent usability assessments.

    5. Usability Improvements: Pinpoint specific areas for improvement based on user feedback, enhancing overall usability.