HighEdWeb Assocation October 10-13, 2010
 

Session Details

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Fancy Schmancy Usability Testing

APS23 Applications and Standards Track

Rookwood, 4th Floor

Monday,
9:30
10:15
AM

Every website needs usability testing, but we have so little time, staff, money, and other resources. Yet our bosses expect us to test thoroughly, so we need to impress them, too. What to do?!? The trick is to keep it simple—VERY simple!  This presentation will show you how to conduct usability testing that is fast, easy, and free.  And with the help of a fancy schmancy technique that you will learn during this presentation, you'll impress your boss with stunning results.

Presenter

John Vieth
Web Developer, University of Wisconsin-Platteville

John is a Web developer for University of Wisconsin-Platteville in the Distance Learning Center and Office of Continuing Education, specializing in front-end Web development, content management, Web marketing, SEO, SEM, e-mail marketing, and usability testing. His previous experience includes Web development for online retailers and Internet service providers. Technical interests include HTML, CSS, PHP, Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, and jQuery. Personal interests include family fun, music, movies, office humor, toiling away in the yard, and reading.

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