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Dia Mundial da Usabilidade em BElo Horizonte

O Dia Mundial da Usabilidade (DMU) promove os valores e benefícios da engenharia de usabilidade e design centrado no usuário, porque todos têm o direito de ter as coisas funcionando melhor. O mundo é um lugar melhor quando fazemos assim.

O DMU é um evento da Usability Professionals’ Association (UPA) e tem como objetivo principal apresentar e discutir teorias, métodos e técnicas de usabilidade e design centrado no usuário com profissionais, pesquisadores e a comunidade. O evento é parte integrante do World Usability Day que, no ano de 2008, contou com 170 eventos em 43 países.

Slick Devices, Fat Fingers: Usability in Mobile

Join Austin UPA for World Usability Day! This year’s theme is communication, and Mutual Mobile will be sharing a taste of their expertise in designing for mobile interfaces. We’ll touch on some of the specific constraints we have to work under as a result of the hardware limitations and device fragmentation. Additionally, we’ll cover how mobile can be used as a low-risk testbed for new interface paradigms.

UPA LA Chapter World Usability Day Event

World Usability Day has finally come to LA and usability problems are running rampant all over the city! This is no time to nap or sit back and think. As usability professionals we envision a world free of usability problems, and we constantly strive to make the world a more usable place. On World Usability Day, let’s take things up a notch, shall we? About World Usability Day An international event established in 2005 by the Usability Professionals’ Association to ensure that the services and products important to life are easier to access and simpler to use.

World Usability Day “Design Matters” Open House: 2010

UEVision will host their third annual “Design Matters” Open House in celebration of World Usability Day. The event will be held at UEVision’s offices from 6-8 pm in the penthouse suite of the old Hamm's Building, an office building at 1550 Bryant Street in San Francisco's Portrero Hill neighborhood.

Participants will bring examples of common items they believe are either well designed or poorly designed, and UEVision will show everyone how making minor changes to the poorly designed items can translate into products that are both sustainable and significantly easier to use.

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