New Date: Usability Speed Testing Workshop

The Usability Speed Testing Workshop originally planned for Jan 8 will now be part of the User Experience Community Summit organized by the DigitalGov University on Jan 28 from 9.00 to 12.00 at the US General Services Administration.

Topics of the event will include:

  1. Getting Management to Understand and Buy into Usability
  2. The PRA and User Research: How to make it work
  3. Innovative Approaches to Usability Testing
  4. Mobile and Responsive Design
  5. Small group sessions on various topics

For more information and to register:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/user-experience-community-summit-registration-9694698103?aff=govdpromoux

About the Instructor
Jonathan Rubin is program manager for the First Fridays Usability Program at GSA. He leads a team of experienced and budding user experience professionals in improving Federal services, including desktop sites, mobile sites and apps, prototypes, and APIs. He has helped dozens of government agencies improve their user experience, including the U.S. Army, IRS, U.S. Census and NASA.
Jonathan specializes in desktop and mobile usability testing, group facilitation, customer interviews and creating agile usability testing teams. He loves presenting about user experience and training people to conduct their own usability testing. He is the Secretary of the DC chapter of the User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA DC) and is certified as a “Usability Analyst” (CUA) through Human Factors International.
Jonathan has a master’s in journalism from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and a B.A. in English from the University of Rhode Island.

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