This 10-month series of presentations focuses on the role of User Experience Design within a variety of contexts: from the business of UXD to its role in life-critical applications. After setting the stage for the role of UXD in the business of design, the series introduces theoretical frameworks for UXD: the very real human requirements […]
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As a challenging and potentially risky procedure, endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) is a prime candidate for VR simulation training.
Heavy process industries, whether chemical processing, pulp & paper, power, food & beverage, all have similar characteristics in terms of content—work rules, process systems technology, human-machine interface—and the characteristics of operations and production-line learners, whose backgrounds range from junior internet/technology-savvy to senior not-high-school educated.
Flash and accessibility, two words that don’t often play together well. Byron, a nationally recognized web developer, demonstrates, on his own site, working examples of making a site accessible, standards based and incorporating the latest technology. Byron reveals how CSS, XHTML, and Flash MX all coordinate to create a site that creates a usable and […]