A Carnegie Mellon University research scientist, City of Detroit director of innovation & emerging technology, and Center for Civic Design design researcher are among the speakers at the 17th annual World Usability Day at Michigan State University (MSU). Continue reading World Usability Day at Michigan State University: Design for the Future We Want
Today I joined over 200 usability and user experience professionals at the 14th annual Michigan World Usability Day event at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.
One of 69 events in 22 countries around the world, the annual event was a half-day of talks focused on this year’s theme: sustainable UX.
In her Card Sorting to Improve Findability presentation, Carol Righi explained what card sorting is, how to conduct card sorting research, shared case studies, and provided practical tips for people organizing websites and applications. Here are my notes. Continue reading Michigan World Usability Day 2016: Card Sorting to Improve Findability
A Michigan State University experience architect in residence, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina web accessibility advisor, and a UX research principal are among the speakers at the 14th annual World Usability Day at Michigan State University (MSU). Continue reading World Usability Day at Michigan State University Returns November 10, 2016