Common usability issues
Common Usability Issues is a practical introduction for people wanting to learn how to improve the usability of software applications or websites. From high-level principles right through to detailed tips on specific interface elements, attendees will learn how to apply simple usability guidelines to their work and build usability into their designs from the start. Attendees also take away a set of valuable reference notes and checklists.
During the workshop participants will:
- Understand fundamental usability concepts and issues
- Learn why usability is important, and how it can be inexpensively included in projects
- Learn about best-practice usability heuristics (including the latest research)
- Learn how to apply best practice usability and avoid basic mistakes, through the use of dozens of real-world examples
Who should attend?
- Designers and developers of all kinds of interactive technologies including websites, intranets and software applications
- Usability specialists
- Business analysts responsible for screen designs
- Technical writers wanting to learn about the latest usability research
Previous training participants have included people from BNZ, Inland Revenue, the Ministry for Culture & Heritage, Telecom, Wellington City Council, Land Information NZ, ACC and many others.
- “Accessible and relevant examples.”
- “The session was fantastic – really helpful and relevant information, backed up by real-world examples.”
- “Lots of tips I can apply straight away.”
Optimal Usability has no set dates for 2012 for this course, however we are happy to present this course to your internal team. We can even alter the content to be company or industry specific for you. Please contact [email protected] for more information or for a quote.