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Web Design for Usability

User-centered design for web development

This one-day workshop and tutorial on web design for usability explains how users interact with technology; how to discover, and design, for users’ needs; and how to apply simple, but effective user-centered techniques such as goal mapping, paper prototyping and card-sorting.


Tutorial by William Hudson (Syntagm Ltd)
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Track:
Usability Fundamentals (UF)
Time:
8:30am to 5:30pm on Tuesday, May 25, 2010

About the Tutorial

9:00 Interaction model (1.5 hours)  The case for user centered design  How users interact with technology  Systemizing versus empathizing brains  Goal-mapping model 10:30 Morning coffee (0.5 hours)

10:45 Understanding users (1.5 hours)  User observation  Affinity diagramming  Personas  Card sorting  Paper prototyping 12:30 Lunch

13:30 Accessibility and design (1.5 hours)  Common accessibility issues  Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0  Navigation  Content 15:15 Coffee break (0.25 hours)

15:30 Explaining interaction (1.5 hours)  Visual design  Feedback 17:00 Close

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