Usability Testing £495.00
Usability testing is becoming more important in recent times, with the rise in use of the web based systems and the importance of getting the user experience just right.
The objective of this 2 day course is to provide an understanding of the importance of Usability when considering software systems and the mechanisms by which it can be measured.
The course also provides practical examples of techniques that can be used to measure usability and describes the usability test process in detail, as related to International standards. If you need any further information, or to request a quote, please Contact Us.
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|29 July, 2013 - 30 July, 2013|
|21 October, 2013 - 22 October, 2013|
Who Should Attend
- System Designers
- Existing Testers
- People who are already involved in usability testing who want to follow a formalised approach based on industry standards
- People new to usability testing
A basic level of testing experience or knowledge is assumed.
The course is priced at £495 per delegate excluding VAT. This includes all course materials, lunch and refreshments. Client site courses can also be arranged on request for course sizes of 4 or more, at discounted rates.
Phone: +44 (0) 20 8905 2761; email: email@example.com
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The course is broken down into modules as follows:
Module 1. Introduction to Usability
Human Computer Interaction
The User Interface
What is a User Interface
Attributes of a Well Designed User Interface
Module 2: The Usability Testing Approach
Goals and Importance of Usability Testing
Usability Test Considerations
The Three Step Approach to Usability (Overlaid on the V Model):
Establish and validate usability requirements
Inspect the specification and designs from a usability perspective
Verify and validate the implementation (usability testing)
Cost Implications for Usability Testing (for doing and not doing it)
Responsibility for Usability Testing
Module 3: Planning a Usability Test
The Usability Test Process
The Usability Test Plan
Creating Test Objectives
Identifying Test Scenarios
Establishing Broad User Segments
Establishing Specific User Segments
Estimating size of Sample User Group
ANSI Standard: ANSI/INCITS 354-2001 - Introduction to the Standard
The Usability Test Plan
The Usability Test Report
Module 4: Usability Test Techniques
Early Lifecycle Techniques:
Late Lifecycle Techniques:
Thinking Aloud Method
Question Asking Protocol
Test Case Derivation
Using Test Tools
Module 5: Examples and Case Study
Case Study - Worked Examples