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Events

Wednesday, 1 November 2000

Topic: "User-Centered Design 101: Bringing Usability to a Product Near You"

About the Event

Everyone's talking about it: software that's too hard to use, e-commerce sites where you can't place an order, programs that force you to work just like someone else. But what can you do about it? The answer is "plenty." User-centered design does just what it says: puts the needs of the user in the center of the design process. Come learn how you can use it to make your products more usable, whether you are just learning about usability or looking for ways to expand your existing process.

Speakers' Handouts and Presentations

Don't forget your business cards for networking!

We collect a business card from each attendee for a chance to win the registration fee for the Annual conference. The drawing takes place at the March program. The more programs you attend, the more chances to win.

About the Speaker

photo of Whitney Quesenbery

Whitney Quesenbery is a lead interface designer at Cognetics Corporation, an interactive design company dedicated to the creation of user-centered software. She is one of the developers of LUCID (Logical User Centered Interactive Design), a framework for managing the design and evaluation of the user interface. Her projects with Cognetics have included clients such as Shared Medical Systems, Novartis, Gerber, Deloitte Consulting, Hewlett-Packard, Macmillan, IDX and Lucent. In 1996, its multimedia project for AT&T's Product Documentation Development Group won the Best of Show in the STC international online competition. Whitney is the manager of the STC Usability SIG.

Schedule

6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Registration
7:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Dinner
7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Program

Food

A variety of deli sandwiches, beverages, and dessert

Fees

FREE

Directions

photo of Patrick Henry Library

Patrick Henry Library
101 Maple Avenue East
Vienna, VA 22180-5794
Phone: 703-938-0405

Map and directions to Patrick Henry Library in Vienna, VA.

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