Usability can be thought of as a measure or degree to which a system satisfies the needs of the human. Usability is a quality inherent to any given system, which assists in determining the efficiency, effectiveness and satisfaction levels of those involved in the interaction. Everyday we are bombarded with interactions and experiences that shape our thoughts, values, and judgments as well as test our limits of interaction with technology. These interactions have progressed at such an intense pace that humans have become practically slaves to technological innovation. Humans are forced to conform with needs of technology, rather then technology conforming to human needs. This fact must be rectified and becomes the primary focus of this thesis.