Montrealers & Engagement

To celebrate World Usability Day 2014, the year of engagement, we took to the streets of Montreal to ask people what keeps them engaged with their devices and loyal to a brand. We decided to show the collected data in a visual manner in the form of a fun and quick video.

Join us at our  INM head office to be part of the video unveiling and to find out how Montrealers perceive engagement with their devices and with the brands they use every day.

Happy World Usability Day from INM.

Engaging with World Usability Day at HIMSS

Thursday, November 13th is World Usability Day. This year’s theme is engagement, and HIMSS is engaging with the HIMSS community to discuss usability & UX solutions that they can put to use today at their own organizations. The 2014/15 HIT Usability Committee has put together videos discussing how they are engaging with solutions on World Usability Day. We will be driving the HIMSS community to engage with the committee and community through the HIMSS social media channels, including submitting reply videos to the committee members and participate in online discussions on the HIMSSBlog and HIMSS LinkedIn Group page.

Is this Usability? Yes, no, maybe...

Note: this event is an online only event.

An online card sort that allows participants to sort a selection of design & development activities into a variety of categories. The categories are on a spectrum from 'definitely a usability thing' to 'definitely not part of usability'.

The exercise has two goals:

- for the participants, to get them thinking about the scope of usability and related activities

- for the usability group, to assess the 'state of the nation' with regard to perceptions of Usability in the organization

The Amazing Place: A TriUPA Communication Game

Note: This event runs September 1, 2010 through November 1, 2010

World Usability Day 2010, on November 11, 2010, will focus on how products and services impact and facilitate communication around the world. Here in North Carolina, the Triangle Usability Professionals Association (TriUPA) and the Carolina Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) are teaming up to sponsor a communication game to encourage more communication among chapter members in addition to the annual World Usability Day celebration.


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