User Experience Design James Hobart
User Experience Design
This 2 day seminar offers you important insight into how to bridge that gap between business needs and user expectations. Showing you proven design techniques to enhance overall application, system or software usability, we can help you create far more robust and successful products. These are the same techniques being used successfully on real projects for many of our Global 2000 clients and large government organizations. Learn from the experts who have been delivering success in this field for over a decade!
This class for developers, end-users, interaction designers, and managers, explains how to apply the concepts of user experience design to all of your products and offerings.
Attendees will learn how to:
Develop a detailed understanding of your users through task analysis, mental models, and user profiles
Determine the best information architecture for your users
Proper layout and design techniques
Create and implement in-house design standards
Plan and conduct an effective usability test
Implement complex enterprise application designs
Validate important design decisions
Attendees will walk away with a complete set of templates for quickly implementing this process within their organization.
Who Should Attend
This class is designed for corporate or commercial developers and analysts that are, or plan to be, involved in creating online user experiences. Attendees should have a basic understanding of web technologies and navigating in a web environment.
User Experience Design is useful for:
who are responsible for establishing or anaging application design projects.
who need to know proven steps for translating business requirements into successful software solutions.
who need to know how and when to use specific interface widgets when creating user interfaces.
who are responsible for managing and implementing online technology solutions.
Analysts and developers
who need to know the critical aspects and limitations of user experience design.
who need to understand the principles of good user experience design techniques.