Want to learn to do quick, easy, low cost usability testing based on GSA’s DigitalGov User Experience Program? Join us for this hands-on training where you’ll get practical instructions on how to facilitate your own usability tests. You’ll facilitate a 15-minute test and get feedback for your agency website, mobile site or other product in this three-hour workshop.
What You’ll Learn
- General User Experience and Usability principles
- Basics of conducting a do-it-yourself test
- How to analyze test results
Who Should Attend
This workshop is open to federal government employees and federal contractors with a .gov or .mil email address.
About the Instructor
Jonathan Rubin believes that a little User Experience can make government work a lot better. He is program manager for the DigitalGov User Experience Program at the U.S. General Services Administration.
He leads a team of experienced and budding User Experience professionals in changing the way the federal government looks at User-Centered Design. By providing training, a vibrant community and test support, they’ve helped helped more than 100 federal teams large and small improve their user experience, including the U.S. Army, IRS, U.S. Census and NASA
Jon is a Certified Usability Analyst (CUA) through Human Factors International. He has a master’s in journalism from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and a B.A. in English from the University of Rhode Island. He is co-chair of the Federal User Experience Community of Practice, and past board member of the DC Chapter of the User Experience Professionals Association.