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Level-Up Lab: Website Usability Testing on the Cheap
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8/12/2014
When: 8/12/2014
2:00 PM
Where: SWON Libraries Consortium Meeting Room 1st Floor
10250 Alliance Rd
Blue Ash, Ohio  45242
United States
Presenter: Nathan
Contact: Melanie
513-751-4422


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"Usability Testing is a technique used to evaluate a product (in this case a website) by testing is on users. Most people who set up a usability test carefully construct a scenario wherein a person performs a list of tasks that someone who is using the website for the first time is likely to perform. The main reason that usability is so important is because there are so many similar websites that people will go to the next site if the first one they visit is not usable. You can have the most beautiful website in the world, but people will leave immediately if they are unable to figure out how to navigate your site quickly." - usabilitygeek.com

 

Nathan will be teaching this level-up lab as an Introduction class on Website Usability Testing. He will be using several strategies found in Steve Krug's Don't Make Me Think, Don't Make Me Think! Revisited, and Rocket Surgery Made Easy.

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