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Mar 04, 2005 12:46 pm 21st/22nd Apr: Usable Web Design Workshop in Singapore
Tahira Amir Sultan
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MicroUsability presents ....

"Usable Web Design" Workshop
21st-22nd Apr 05, Singapore


This is an opportunity for you to have a deeper understanding of the user-centred design process so that you are able to maximize your web designs.

We will also demonstrate how to gather user requirements more effectively. We will do this by using ground-breaking techniques such as contextual inquiries and how to convert requirements into design specifications while writing tenders, project plans, etc. We will also provide in-depth, conceptual understanding of various web design elements including site structure, navigation, graphics, text, animation as well as system-user dialogues; so that participants can design and evaluate these elements objectively.

Through case studies, tutorials and a hands-on project assignment, participants have a chance to practically apply all that they have learnt so that they can effectively blend creativity and functionality in their next web projects. Learn through videos, real-life examples, and exercises. The workshop is uniquely practical in its visual and hands-on teaching approach.

"A very practical workshop."
Samuel Neo
SPRING Singapore

"It helps as my company is going through a facelift. Learning how to critique the flaws in a website really helps. With this information, I can advise our company web designer"
Suzlina Rahman
NTUC Income (Big trumpet.com)

"I found the section on Conceptual Modeling i.e mapping, affordance, most useful"
Hendrick Ho
Health Promotion Board

DATE: 21-22 Apr 05
TIME: 9am - 5pm (Registration starts at 8:30am)
COST: S$899 is register by the 1st Apr. S$999 (standard fee)(includes workshop material, 2 tea breaks, buffet lunch, FREE CDROM kit and FREE parking).
Additional 5% discount if you sign up as 2 or more from your organization.

The Singapore Polytechnic Graduates Guild, Gate 4, 1010 Dover Rd.

You don't need to be a technology-savvy person with an IT background to benefit from this workshop. It is designed for anybody involved in the planning, development and interface designing for interactive products like websites, intranets, and web-based software applications, especially Strategic Planners and/or Web Site Stakeholders, Project Managers, Graphic Designers and Multimedia Artists, Copywriters, Information Architects, GUI / Front-end Programmers.

This CDROM kit includes comprehensive notes on all the techniques learnt, exercises, videos and more.

As Vice President of the Usability Professionals' Association (UPA), Singapore Chapter and a Stanford University trained usability professional, Yogesh Tadwalkar has conducted several workshops on usability in the past. For over 4 years, he has been working on a wide range of design projects including websites, intranets, e-commerce, and software applications for many prestigious clients including Palm, MTV, Commerce One, and Pfizer. He has received several awards for his work. Yogesh is also engaged in research on 'grassroot usability' or the usability of public utility services including e-government. He works as a User Experience Director at MicroUsability and a Lecturer at the Masters of Technology Program of the Institute of Systems Science of NUS.

If you have any queries, write to us at training@microusability.com or call +65-63219148.

Proudly Brought to you by MicroUsability
MicroUsability provides User-Centered Product Research, Evaluation, Design and Training in Asia. MicroUsability operates in the field of Usability Engineering (inclusive of expertise in human factors, cognitive ergonomics, information science, cultural anthropology and
human & computer interaction), applicable to designing user-centered interactive products such as software, web applications, informational & transactional kiosks and mobile devices.

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