When: Thursday, Feb 02 | 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm

Location: ICTC Caledon

Days: Thursday. Event Types: Session. Sectors: Technology. Subjects: Access and Technology.


Description:

Wondering how to make sure your website is serving the needs of your users? User experience design principles can help – and the process doesn’t have to be intimidating. Learn from a recent project at the Michener Institute of Education at UHN to redesign three public facing websites, and you’ll be ready to tackle:

  • Intra-organizational project management
  • Sketching design concepts using paper and pencils
  • Creating electronic, interactive wireframes
  • The spirit of Agile UX
  • User research and testing
  • Card sorting
  • Getting user feedback from extremely busy people

Join Aurelia and Graham as they discuss how to take user experience design from theory to practice.

Outcomes:

  • Learn how to communicate your project scope to stakeholders to manage expectations

  • Learn how to become the UX champion for your organization

  • Learn why sketching wireframes on paper is important

  • Learn how to choose an appropriate prototyping or wireframing tool

  • Learn the difference between prototyping and wire framing

Handouts/Materials:

PPT Presentation