Presented by: Kevin Browne, B.Sc., M.Sc., PhD Candidate
* Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 6-8pm
* Please note the change of weekday for this event only *
Mohawk College <http://www.mohawkcollege.ca>
Room details to be advised
Fennell Campus, 135 Fennell Avenue West, (at the corner of West 5th St)
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L9C 1E9 - phone: (905) 575-1212
Park in Visitors or General Parking (also indicated on the link) for $5
Applying User Interface Design Principles To Your Business
Effective user interface design is critical to system costs and performance. This talk will cover core principles and theories to design better user interfaces, as well as different methods of evaluating user interfaces. Examples will be drawn from research into the design of educational software. The focus will be on practical application of the tools and techniques that are available to help apply these ideas to your own business.
Kevin Browne, B.Sc., M.Sc., PhD Candidate
Kevin Browne is a PhD student at McMaster University, he conducts research into Human Computer Interfaces for educational software targeting modern mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. He recently taught the Human Computer Interface course in the Department of Computing & Software at McMaster University. He is also the founder of SoftwareHamilton.com http://www.softwarehamilton.com and is organizer of DemoCampHamilton http://www.softwarehamilton.com/democamp.
Golden Horseshoe Section
Normally Meets 4th Wednesday Monthly *
* Note - meeting on Thursday January 26 - this event is an exception
Location - Mohawk College (see details above)
Peer Networking 18:00 - 18:45
Presentation & Discussion 18:45 - 20:00
CIPS Members: $0
CIPS Guests: $10
(cash or cheque payable to CIPS Golden Horseshoe)
Students: FREE with current student ID card
Reservations required to attend.
Space is limited - reserve a seat now; please make reservations by
Wednesday January 25th, 5:00pm.
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