Seminar Lessons Learned: Designing a Usability Engineering Lab June 5, 2003 Rockville, MD, USA As the demand for user-centered design increases, more and more government agencies are considering developing their own usability labs. Staff who designed and developed the National Cancer Institute's Communication Technologies Research Center (CTRC) will explain how they developed one of the most innovative usability testing and training facilities in the country. What You'll Learn: This new seminar will demonstrate: the importance of incorporating human factors into the design and functionality of communication technologies how to choose a winning team to build your lab what role…
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