INTERNET USER EXPERIENCE 2005

We spent ten years achieving an 'adequately usable' web site experience for people using workstations and laptops, and before that job was even close to standard and acceptable we were working on the web experience for handhelds, and then wireless phones, and now we are considering smaller and different devices for a diverse range of environments and situations.

As technology advances, a seemingly endless variety of difficult-to-imagine information, communication, and entertainment solutions are all of a sudden economically feasible.

The sky IS the limit, but these devices will achieve long-term market success only when people can understand them... and use them effectively... for the things they need and want to do.

The sky IS the limit ONLY if we design them to be intuitive and efficient enough...for our world of customers.

-Dave Mitropoulos-Rundus


Co-sponsored by:

Michigan Chapter of the Usability Professional Association
Michigan chapter of the
Usability Professionals' Association
Society for Technical Communication
Society for Technical Communication
Southeastern Michigan Chapter (STC/SM)
Southeast Michigan Northern Ohio Chapter of Computer Human Interaction
Southeast Michigan Northern Ohio
Chapter of Computer Human Interaction
(ACM SIG-CHI)
User Experience Network
User Experience Network
Washtenaw Community College Internet Professional Program
Washtenaw Community College
Internet Professional Program
 

 

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