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Programme: LSE LIFE
Course: Web Design: Wireframing and Usability
Description:

This session introduces students to the value of usability testing using a technique called paper prototyping.  

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the key advantages of usability testing and several different methods for running tests
  • Create a paper prototype of a site
  • Construct a user-centred and measurable usability test
  • Run a usability test and use the results to refine a paper prototype design

Please ensure you arrive on time as five minutes after the course starts any unclaimed places will be given to people on the waiting list.

This session takes place in LSE Life Workspace 2 located on the ground floor of the Library.

Pre-requisites: Students should attend class having completed the short Moodle lesson, where they will design a small website and run iterative usability tests to refine their design.

 

Prerequisites:
none
Event information:
  Date & Time Available to Availability  
    13/02/2019 13:00 - 14:00 Academic Staff, Professional Services Staff, PGR Student, PGT Student, UG Student, GTA, Language Centre Student, Summer School Student Available Request place
    14/03/2019 12:00 - 13:00 Academic Staff, Professional Services Staff, PGR Student, PGT Student, UG Student, GTA, Language Centre Student, Summer School Student Available Request place
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Training Provider:

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