Whether an established HCI practitioner, a newcomer to the usability field, or a professional from a related field, we all share the desire to stay on top of our game and delight our clients to keep them coming back. But how? The 2006 CHIFOO Series presents the work of local and national practitioners via presentations, […]
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Learn techniques for creating meaningful and effective persona-based scenarios and how to prevent scenarios from becoming a tool of evil in your organization. Former Cooper design teammates Elizabeth Bacon and Steve Calde reveal the power of scenarios as a requirements definition tool, a conceptual and detailed design tool, and a communication tool.
Date: October 4, 2006 Speaker: Anne de Ridder & Tom Herceg, — Tektronix, Inc. Work practice models are effective and engaging tools for gathering product-independent information from users about their day-to-day challenges and the types of tools and resources they need to do their jobs. This program will combine presentation, case study examples, and hands-on exercises to explain […]
The normal workings of the human mind should have some influence on our designs. Increase your store of information to make educated design choices and avoid some common errors. For interface designers, technical writers, and anyone who wants insight into mental processes and design, this course requires no psychology background.