Usability Evaluation Training Course, 5th-6th April 2006

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Serco Usability Services is running a two-day course for anyone interested in usability evaluation techniques that can be used for improving the usability of products and systems during development.

Serco Usability Services is running a two-day course for anyone interested in usability evaluation techniques that can be used for improving the usability of products and systems during development. Participants will learn how to set usability goals, how to evaluate usability at all stages of the system development lifecycle and how to assess the extent to which the final system meets user needs. They will also learn how to choose the most appropriate and cost-effective evaluation methods for use in their development environment. This is a hands-on course, which gives practical experience of usability evaluation techniques.

The course is based on extensive experience of applying usability evaluation methods in a wide range of commercial organisations.

Who should attend: Anyone who is involved in improving usability and assuring software quality should attend this course, including project managers, developers, system procurers, quality managers, and usability professionals. The course is intended for those new to usability or with limited experience of usability evaluation.

BUY ONE GET ONE HALF PRICE offer applies to delegates from the same organisation. Please contact us for further details.

Course title: Usability Evaluation

When: Wednesday 5th – Thursday 6th April 2006

Where: Central London

More information: http://www.serco.com/usability/services/support/UEcourse06.asp or contact T: 020 7421 6499.

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