Thursday 1st October, 2015
10:45am to 11:30am
About managing your, your colleagues’ and your users’ cognitive resources better, by avoiding the cognitive equivalent of keyhole surgery (something I see people doing at work all the time). I would give some examples of where I see this occurring and offer some suggestions of how to deal with it.
Partner at Equal Experts
Chris is a Partner at Equal Experts, where she engages in user research and user-centred design to help clients transform their software delivery processes. Originally from an academic psychology background, Chris got interested in how people process visual information on screens, and subsequently ran off to join the software industry. Since then, she has worked with a variety of clients and organisations including Skype, the BBC, and GOV.UK. Chris tweets (some would say too much) at @finiteattention.
11:45am US regulations on instructions for use by Ferry Vermeulen
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