This will be a practical and hands-on workshop designed to teach participants to apply key website design and usability testing principles to library website design. Participants will complete exercises in creating usability test plans and scripts, running a usability test, and performing website design reviews.
- Why usability is important
- Understanding your users: the key to success
- Planning your usability test
- Running your usability test
- Key principles of library website design
Chris Jasek, User Centered Design Manager, Elsevier
Chris Jasek has Masters Degree in Human Factors Engineering and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. He has worked for 10 years in the field of user-centered design for LexisNexis and Elsevier. In his present position as User Centered Design Manager he helped form the Elsevier User Centered Design Group and integrate the UCD process into the organization. He has researched user needs and worked on the user interface design for many products, such as nexis.com, ScienceDirect, Scopus, Meridian and ENCompass.
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|Amigos Member Early Bird Fee: $ 275.00||Non-member Early Bird Fee: $ 415.00|
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