Mobile usability firm User Vision is staging two one-day training courses, in Edinburgh and London. Each willl discuss the positive commercial benefits of mobile usability and show, through real-world examples, the impact that poor usability has on both the end user and the brand.
The course is aimed at mobile web developers, designers, marketing and brand managers. It will explain how to design usable mobile websites, understand the needs of users, tasks and environments; and outline metrics that can be used to evaluate the success of mobile projects.
The courses will be run by Mark Westwater, a Senior Usability Consultant at User Vision, with over 11 years experience applying User Centred Design (UCD) methodologies to product developments, including mobile-based application design. Qualified in both Applied Biological Sciences and in Work Design and Ergonomics, Westwater is also a registered member of the Ergonomics Society and the Usability Professionals Association.
The Edinburgh course takes place on 13 October and costs 300 (+ VAT), or 250 if booked before 18 September. The London course takes place on 15 October and costs 300, or 250 if booked before 21 September.
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