Portland, OR: Tutorial on Using Scenarios to Drive Design

19 Sep 2006 - 7:41pm
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Elizabeth Bacon

Hi folks,

I thought this event might be of interest to people on this list (with the
disclosure that there's some self-promotion involved here, too, this time):

CHIFOO Presents - October Tutorial
Saturday, October 21 - Using Scenarios to Drive Design

This half-day tutorial will teach students about the ways in which scenarios
are both a crucial conceptual design and vital communication tool for the
successful practice of interaction design. The instructors are versed in the
scenario-based approach to interaction design as practiced in the Cooper
Goal-Directed Design methodology.

This tutorial targets people who:

* Wish to understand how to make personas an effective design and
communication tool
* Want to better lead and control the design process in their organization
* Want to expand their practices using a powerful scenario-based methodology
* Have seen scenario-based approaches to product development fail in the

Taught by Steve Calde (Principal Design Consultant at Cooper) and Elizabeth
Bacon, M.A. (Senior Interaction Designer at St. Jude Medical).

General admission*: $150.00
Member admission: $125.00
Student admission: $100.00

* Discounted member rate applies to members of CHIFOO, partner
organizations, and government and educational groups.

Learn More: http://chifoo.org/pages/programs/2006/1021.html
Register: http://chifoo.org/pages/programs/2006/1021_reg.html

Brought to you by CHIFOO <http://www.chifoo.org>, the Computer Human
Interaction Forum Of Oregon

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