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DigitalGov User Experience Program: Speaking Opportunities

The DigitalGov User Experience Program presents to federal audiences by phone, webinar and in person. We cover a variety of topics, including:

  • User Centered Design and Usability
  • Best (and Worst) Practices on Government Websites
  • How to Improve Federal Digital Services
  • and more

Potential audiences include:

  • CIOs and management
  • Program managers
  • Content teams
  • Developers
  • User Experience staff

To invite the DigitalGov User Experience Program team to speak at your agency, please email govux@gsa.gov.

Our Recorded Webinars

User Centered Design (November 2013)

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwBBtTkUAcA?feature=player_embedded]

Usability Testing and Debriefing Best Practices (March 2012)

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8d8AHQ-lwE?feature=player_embedded]

Our Presentations

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