[EVENT] IxDA LA & HUGE present "Methodology Madness Part 2: Usability Testing", Wednesday June 25, 7-9pm

10 Jun 2008 - 1:30pm
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Angel Anderson

*RSVP: http://www.evite.com/app/publicUrl/UGTAXBYWVJYTYMZDEZFR/usability *

What can interaction designers learn from usability testing? Quite a bit!
Usability testing is a great tool for improving and validating designs. Not
every project requires usability testing and timeline and budget constraints
often make it hard to accomplish. Nevertheless, most projects would benefit
from at least some usability testing.

This IxDA Los Angeles Salon will be lead by interaction designers and
usability practitioners who help us discuss the following questions:

- At what point in the interaction design process should usability
testing be performed?
- What kinds of tests are most helpful for interaction design?
- Who should perform the tests? Labs vs. in-house.
- How to best analyze and interpret results to improve interaction

Before, during and after the lively discussion, we'll have time to chill out
and enjoy a tasty spread of food & drinks provided by our gracious hosts at
75 person limit - RSVP today!
Visit the link above to RSVP while space lasts.

Wednesday, Jun 25th 7-9pm
11135 Weddington St., Suite 132
North Hollywood, CA, CA 91601 US

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