Why usability training?
Are you a usability professional who wants to do more user testing, or learn how to use eye tracking? Do you manage a web design team that aims to implement more usability principles? You may be considering installing or resurrecting an in-house usability lab. If any of the above apply, whatever your background or business need, we can supply usability training to benefit you.
What we’ll teach you
Learn by doing – our unique approach involves teaching, showing and then letting you have a go yourself. Our experienced usability experts, who moderate and are involved in usability projects on a day-to-day basis, will guide you to become a better moderator, learn about usability and how to run testing and research sessions.
- Have a small number of participants allowing you to learn in a creative environment.
- Can be tailored to the needs of a specific group.
- Are conducted at SimpleUsability offices in Leeds, benefitting from fully equipped labs and observation suites but can be conducted at your own offices, where similar facilities exist.
- Come with 6 months email support on any content you have learned from our courses.
- Include refreshments (and lunch for full day courses)
- Provide full course materials to take away
Option 1: Usability Moderator Training
£495 + VAT per delegate One day course Enquire about Moderator Training
One day to learn it all – well all about usability moderation anyway! This course covers best practice for setting up, planning, and successfully running usability tests with the emphasis on moderation skills.
Key take outs:
It is said that the best way to be a better moderator is to watch other moderators and review your own sessions. This course is different because it allows you to have a go in our usability lab and receive feedback on what you have learned.
Who should attend:
This course is for anybody who is starting to conduct usability tests; from web managers to user experience practitioners. It is also suitable for usability professionals who want to learn new techniques or improve their moderation skills.
Option 2: Usability Moderation Intensive Coaching
£495 + VAT per delegate Half day course Enquire about Intensive Coaching
This course is a one on one training day with a senior usability practitioner. Perfect for usability moderators and facilitators who want to improve their skills or learn new skills.
Who should attend?
This course is for anybody already involved in conducting usability tests; from web managers to user experience practitioners.
Option 3: Website Usability Training
£495 + VAT per delegate One day course Enquire about Website Usability Training
Usability is a huge topic, as is website usability. Let us break it down for you and provide you with a solid base about web usability. Rather than tell you what’s wrong with your website we’d like to show you how to evaluate it within an on-going process. To do this we go through a user centred design process showing you best practice principles and usability techniques.
Who should attend?
Web managers, designers or developers who wish to implement usability as part of their on-going business processes. No prior knowledge of usability is assumed or necessary. This course is ideal for website professionals who have started to embrace the world of usability, and will help them identify and communicate usability issues about the website that they are involved in.
Option 4: Eye Tracking Usability Testing
£495 + VAT per delegate One day course Enquire about Eye Tracking Training
Website usability calls on a number of tools and techniques to find key issues about a website. Methods range from paper prototyping to eye tracking technology. This course recaps the basics of usability and goes into more depth about eye tracking technology. The course covers the basics of eye tracking technology and how to implement it to get great results for your usability testing.
Who should attend?
The intention of this course is to provide training for usability practitioners who require training on eye tracking methodology and implementation.