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User-Centred Analysis and Conceptual Design

26 February 2013 to 28 February 2013
Human Factors International
60 Cannon Street London, EC4N 6JP

To create usable software, you have to understand who your users are and how they will approach your website or application.

User-centred analysis is the basis for designing software that makes sense to your users.

Our three-day comprehensive course shows you how to design effective, usable interfaces – the first time. Learn the methods for

collecting and analyzing user and task data and for developing a conceptual architecture for design.

Course material covers:

• Creating a design strategy

• Creating user and environmental profiles

• Data gathering including interviews, user observation, surveys & questionnaires

• Personas, scenarios and task analysis

• Primary noun architecture

• Information architecture

Not to be missed by web and application designers, system analysts, software engineers, information architects, and user

experience designers.   

For course details and to register online, please see 

Venue: MWB Cannon Street London
Dates: 26-28 February 2013
Organiser: Human Factors International
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 290 3437

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