A Developer's Introduction to User-Centered Design
Date: This event took place live on December 11 2012
Presented by: Travis Lowdermilk
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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As developers, we're challenged to bring more than just functionality to our applications. So, how can we do it?
This webcast will explore how to effectively work with users in creating products they'll love. We'll explore how to conduct usability studies and how to get quality feedback from users that can be implemented into your design decisions.
If you're frustrated and out of ideas on how to take your application to the next level, attend this webcast and learn how your users are your greatest asset!
About Travis Lowdermilk
Travis is the author of User-Centered Design: A Developer's Guide to Building User-Friendly Applications (Now available in Early Release by O'Reilly Media).
Predominantly using Microsoft frameworks, Travis creates solutions that employ a wide range of technologies such as: web, mobile, touch, and voice. Travis is a certified ASP.NET developer and has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration - emphasizing in Information Systems. He's currently enrolled in the Master's program at DePaul University's College of Digital Media. The focus of his study is Human-Computer Interaction and User-Centered Design.
Travis is also the co-host of The Windows Developer Show - a weekly Internet broadcast for Microsoft developers, designers, and enthusiasts.