A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau user experience designer, New York University assistant professor, and Y Media Labs product designer are among the speakers at the 18th annual World Usability Day at Michigan State University (MSU).
Hosted by MSU Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting (UARC), World Usability Day at MSU has moved to a virtual gathering and will be held November 12, 2020.
As it has in the past, the half-day event invites:
- Usability professionals
- Government leaders
to learn about usability, user experience, and accessibility.
World Usability Day at MSU
With the theme of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, the MSU World Usability Day event features four presentations about immersive technologies, heuristics, voice technologies, and accessibility.
Speakers and Topics
- Why Does Siri Sound White? by AmerNechole Hart
- Infusing Accessibility Throughout the Whole Digital Creation Process by Naa Marteki Reed
- Looking Forward – Designing for our Future Selves by Regine Gilbert
- Heuristics: The Holy Grail of UX by Darren Hood
Registration and Event Details
Live captioning will be provided.
Whether you’re a usability practitioner, designer, program manager, or interested in improving usability, World Usability Day at MSU is an opportunity for you to learn how to improve the services and products we use in our everyday life.
I’ll be attending, hope you’ll join me on November 12, 2020!