When looking at the internet for ways to secure yourself, I normally see that people use weak security because the more secure you become, the lower the usability is.
Weak passwords trump strong security
-- Law 5 of Microsoft's 10 Immutable Laws of Security
I would like to argue that this is not the case any longer. Here are the reasons why I think that you can have high security along with high usability.
Managers such as Dashlane mean that you only need to remember one password, even though you have a uneque password on every site.
This allows for high security with high usability.
Two step verification
This means that the user could have a week password, however, it improves security since the hacker would need the 'somthing you have' element as well as 'something you know'.
This allows you to enter two step verification numbers automatically without needing to know the code at all. This improves on the usability of the above point, while still keeping the same security.
There may be more points than this. As you can see, you can have high security along with high usability if you use the correct tools.
Sorry if this is classed as an 'opinion' based question. I have backed it up with some facts to try and make it less opinion based and more fact based. If this is an opinion based question, please let me know and I will delete it.