Webnographer and UX Lisbon are organising a one day workshop, spread over two days on Remote Usability between the 12th to the 13th of May. The workshop is being held in conjunction with the conference.
The purpose of both workshops is to enable you to turn data and observations from Remote Testing into valuable insights which can be actioned. After attending both workshops you will know what questions to ask the data, and be able to prioritize the feedback.
The cost of the remote workshops if booked by the 28th of February is € 595.00, the price includes entry to the Ux Lisbon Conference as well. For just € 795 you can attend an extra 2 workshops and the conference. These prices are valid until 28th of February. There is a discount of 10% for Usability Professionals Association, Information Architecture Institute, Interaction Design Association, Association for Computing Machinery, and 15% for UxBrighton members.
As we at Webnographer want to spread the message about Remote Usability, we will offer you a voucher worth €225 off your next remote usability study, valid until the end of 2010 if you attend the workshop.
To book your place for the workshop simply go to http://www.ux-lx.com/registration.html and email email@example.com so that your place in the workshop is confirmed.
Workshop 1: An Introduction to Remote Usability
Remote Usability is a collection of methods that over the last year has become increasingly popular. Most of us are designing and developing products that will be used anywhere in the world, but most of our research methods are tied to a physical location. Remote sets the researcher free from being tied to a place, and also enables the testing of more people. By the end of the session you will become familiar with a number of remote research technologies, from remote ethnography to synchronous and asynchronous tools, and will be able to explain when such tools are suitable for user research.
The workshop will cover :-
- The different methods 1.30
- Remote ethnography
- Study design
- Recruitment Methods
- Basic Analysis
Workshop 2: Asynchronous Remote Usability testing in detail
Asynchronous Remote testing is when the participant is separated from the evaluator by time and place. Asynchronous testing is significantly different from the usual user research methods, in this half a day workshop James and Sabrina will take you through the steps and theory of how to carry out a study from the design to the analysis of the results. The workshop will demystify the basic statistics that will help you understand the results. You will also learn the basics about how to carry out a International Study, from the legal issues to how to deal with translation.
- Study design
- True intent studies
- Task based studies
- Simple Statistics
- Advanced Analysis
- Analysing task based and true intend studies
- Importance of filtering
- Coding responses
- International studies