On-site Web Usability Training Seminar
After your attend our on-site web usability training seminar you will be able to:
- be able to work with design processes, such as setting and stating goals, setting performance and preference goals, sharing independent design ideas, creating and evaluating prototypes;
- be able to work with design considerations, establishing level of importance, reducing user’s workload, consistency, providing users with feedback, including logos, maximum page sizes, limited use of frames;
- be able to handle with content and it’s organization, efficiently establish the level of importance, provide useful content, put important information at Top or Hierarchy, use short sentences/paragraph lengths;
- be able to provide printing options, create good page titles and well designed headings;
- be able to determine page length, scrolling vs. paging needs;
- be able to plan pages layout, as align page elements, establishment of importance level, being consistent, reducing unused space, putting information at the top of the page, formatting for efficient viewing;
- know the how to use readable font sizes and familiar fonts;
- understand reading and scanning, as using reading performance or user preference, enhancing scanning, determining scrolling vs. paging needs;
- know where to position important links, how to show them, indicate them, use descriptive links, text links, repeat text links, how to present tabs efficiently and show used links;
- know how to present graphics wisely, avoiding graphics as links, also on search pages;
- be able to consider the importance of a search engine, indicating search scope, enhance scanning;
- know how to keep navigation aids consistent, use text-based navigation aids, grouping navigation elements, and placing the navigation at the right position;
- know how to determine connection speed, how to reduce downloading time, consider monitor size, identify users screen resolution, design for full or partial screen viewing;
- know how to use colors wisely, design for device independence, provide alternative formats, provide redundant text links and user controlled content.
Prerequisites: A basic understanding of the WWW.
Materials: Research-Based Web Design & Usability Guidelines available from the U.S. Government Printing Office.
Suggested book: "Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability", by Steve Krug.
Language: English, German or Greek.
Duration: 2-day seminar suitable for 4-12 delegates.
Place: We can run this training seminar on your company premises. Elsewhere, upon request.
Tuition fees: € 4.900,00 / US $ 7,225.00 USD / GB £ 3,670.00 + 19% VAT (assuming up to max. 15 delegates), plus travel and accommodation expenses.
Certificate: Letter of participation.