USI 2009 Session
Usability in times of crisis
The verdict is in: your users dislike your applications, their real needs are poorly evaluated, truly useful functions are ignored or poorly designed and are replaced by less useful related functions.
So, you have to overhaul your information system, but such a vast project is out of the question in today’s economic situation. However, all is not lost. Sometimes, it just takes a little battle to win big victories: reorganising your information and simplifying access to it will improve your interface with no major functional or technical impacts. A continuous improvement program for your user interface can improve your users’ comfort, increase their acceptance of your apps and improve their productivity.
At this session, you will discover how to achieve this goal: identify recurring anti-patterns and set up a continuous improvement process for your user interfaces.
About the speakers
Ergonomics and design consultant
Ergonomics and design expert consultant
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