Tuesday 5th June, 2012
9:00am to 6:00pm
Usability testing is an interaction designer’s bread and butter, but applying it to the study of mobile applications and websites brings considerable challenges.
Which device should we use for testing?
Can we use an emulator?
How do we prototype for mobile?
Can we just recycle the tasks we use for desktop software tests?
Do we test in the lab or in the wild?
How do we record screen, fingers and facial expressions?
During this workshop, we will answer these questions together. You’ll leave the room knowing how to plan and run usability tests with mobile devices.
Independent interaction designer/user researcher. Passionate about mobile. MSc in HCS student @ City University London. Ex-NSNer
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