NYC-UPA 6/19 Event: Morae & UserVue: Demo/Case Studies for UX Research Software

7 Jun 2007 - 11:35am
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Joy Zigo
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NYC Usability Professionals Association presents:

Morae & UserVue: Demo & Case Studies for User Experience Research Software

Newbies and Experienced researchers alike will benefit from learning about
Morae, the “usability lab in a box” and its online sister product, UserVue.
It’s creator is here from Michigan for a special demo. AvenueA-Razorfish and
members of the NYC UPA community will join the presentation to present case
studies including research video clips done with the programs.

Speakers: Shane Lovellette of TechSmith Corporation
TBA of Avenue A | Razorfish.

Date: Tuesday, Jun 19, 2007

Registration: 6:00pm (refreshments served)

Presentation: 6:30pm to 8:00pm (includes Q&A)

Networking: 8:00pm to 8:30pm

Dinner at a nearby restaurant: 8:30pm to whenever (participants pay
for their own dinner)

Location: Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
Laura Parsons Pratt Conference Center
281 Park Avenue South (at 22nd Street)
New York, NY 10010

Cost: NYC-UPA members: $10 pre-registered, $15 not
pre-registered

Non-members: $20 pre-registered, $25 not
pre-registered

Full-time students: $5 pre-registered, $10 not
pre-registered (students please provide valid ID)

RSVP: NO EMAIL RSVPs ACCEPTED FOR THIS EVENT.

Please purchase a guaranteed ticket at the event
registration site:
http://nycupa2007-06-19.eventbrite.com/

Prepayment is refundable until noon June 18, 2007 by
sending a request to RSVP at nycupa.org.

In addition, your ticket is transferable on or
before June 17, 2007 by sending a request to RSVP at nycupa.org. You must
notify us of this transfer.

No NYC-UPA memberships will be accepted at the door
but they can be purchased on the event registration Web site.

Seats are limited and reservations are first come,
first served. We advise you to register early as previous events have sold
out and we had to turn people away.

About the presentation:
Newbies and Experienced researchers will benefit from learning about Morae,
the "usability lab in a box" and its online sister product, UserVue. Avenue
A | Razorfish and others from the NYC-UPA community will join the
presentation to show case studies including research video clips done with
the programs.

The demo will show how to:
Collect local and remote test session data
Observe test sessions in local and remote environments
Analyze test sessions with the advanced analytical capabilities of the new
v. 2.0 of Morae Manager

Shane Lovellette will also answer questions you have about the products and
will talk about the new features that will be offered in Morae 2. We will
learn about automated and aggregated usability metric analysis, graphing and
reporting, as well as the creating video highlight presentations.

Learn how to make the process of conducting, recording, observing,
analyzing, and presenting the results of a user research tests more simple
and cost-effective.

For more information, visit our Web site: http://www.nycupa.org/events.html
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Attention to Users of Morae and/or UserVue

Have you used Morae and/or UserVue? Are you interested in sharing your
experiences during this presentation? Please see form to indicate your
interest below on this page. We will contact you and select a few examples
to present and discuss during the presentation.

Please send this information to secretary at nycupa.org by June 7, 2007:

Your Name:
Title
Organization:
E-mail Address:
Best Daytime Phone Number:
Topic (e.g. Banking Site) & Segment (Gen X Consumers):
Project Description (one sentence):
Client, if you can disclose:
How Morae/UserVue Made a Difference:
Description of Slides/Video (that you have permissions to show in 5-10 min,
if any):
Can you post anything on the NYC UPA website for visitors to download?
We will contact you and select a few examples to present and discuss during
the presentation.

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Our Mission

The NYC chapter of the Usability Professionals' Association (UPA) seeks to
gather members of the marketing, design, technology and research communities
who share a common vision: creating websites, applications, and projects
that are compelling, intuitive and customer driven. By bringing together
professionals from different industries and disciplines and sharing our
collective experiences, the NYC UPA hopes to create a forum for learning and
professional growth in the New York City metropolitan (and tri-state) area.

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