Evidence-Based User Experience Research, Training, and Consulting, June 21

March 22nd, 2014 § 0 comments

Excellent event.  I hope to attend.  detail below.

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Chris Cabrera Thompson, Web Services, Digital Initiatives and Information Technology

University Of California, Los Angeles, 22484 Charles E. Young Research Library, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Voice: 310.206.6638, Twitter: @ccthompson

 

 

http://www.nngroup.com/training/san-francisco/

NN/g’s Usability Week helps you get up to speed on user experience best practices so you can create successful interfaces.

  • 7 days of in-depth, full-day courses
  • Proven methods and best practices
  • Practical skills
  • Expert instructors
  • No sales pitches

Training Courses at San Francisco Usability Week

You can select one course per day. Each course runs from 9am until 5pm.
Print a schedule overview (PDF)

Saturday June 21, 2014

UX Basic Training

Be an effective UX professional: Know the lingo and sell the process

Sunday June 22, 2014

Interaction Design: 3-Day Course

Principles, processes, and techniques of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

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Usability Testing

Plan, conduct, and analyze your own in-person usability studies

— OR —

User Interface Principles Every Designer Must Know

Apply human-computer interaction (HCI) research findings to inform and defend UX decisions

— OR —

Mobile User Experience

Essential UX Design Principles for Small-Screen Websites and Apps

Monday June 23, 2014

Interaction Design: 3-Day Course

Principles, processes, and techniques of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

— OR —

Content Strategy: Day 1

Business value and processes behind a successful content strategy

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Information Architecture: Day 1

Organize and structure information to improve findability and discoverability

— OR —

Scaling User Interfaces

Usability for Responsive Web Design and Other Approaches to Designing Websites for Multiple Devices

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Lean UX and Agile

Applying Lean UX approaches for Agile environments

Tuesday June 24, 2014

Interaction Design: 3-Day Course

Principles, processes, and techniques of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

— OR —

Content Strategy: Day 2

Use formats and guidelines to create strong cross-media content and define your tone of voice

— OR —

Information Architecture: Day 2

Navigation components and menu styles

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Visual Design for Mobile and Tablet: Day 1

Basic components and patterns of mobile design

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Online and Remote User Testing

Get same-day user feedback on your design with remote testing tools such as usertesting.com

Wednesday June 25, 2014

The Human Mind and Usability

Apply psychology principles to predict and explain how your customers think and act

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The One-Person UX Team Tool Box

Usability techniques and strategies to maximize your impact when you are the sole UX specialist on your project or in your organization

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Measuring User Experience

UX metrics and quantitative usability studies to measure the effectiveness and business value of your design

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Visual Design for Mobile and Tablet: Day 2

Advance into more challenging design solutions for mobile

— OR —

Credibility and Persuasive Web Design

Convince people to stay on your site, believe it, and take desirable actions

Thursday June 26, 2014

Top Web UX Design Guidelines

The most important usability findings for improving website ROI, based on thousands of user studies worldwide

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Copy Tactics and Optimization

Small text changes, big wins

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Application Design for Web and Desktop

Principles of application design, with an analysis of GUI screen components, workflows and varying types of users

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Emerging Patterns for Web Design

Innovative trends that impact the user experience

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Analytics and User Experience

Helping UX practitioners understand how to incorporate web analytics into their work

Friday June 27, 2014

Intranet Design Trends and Best Practices

Enterprise UX strategies to increase employee productivity, communication, and satisfaction

— OR —

Web Page Design

The Anatomy of High-Performing Web Pages

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Wireframing and Prototyping

Quick and cost-effective technique for identifying major usability issues early with sketches and paper

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University Websites

Create exemplary college websites with limited resources and organizational challenges

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