User Centric exhibits at FOSE: US Government's premier technology exhibition

March 14, 2005

User Centric, Inc. announced that it would exhibit at FOSE 2005. FOSE is the U.S. Government's premier technology exhibition and conference. In addition to showcasing its user-centered design and human factors engineering services, User Centric will introduce usability tools such as:

Eye Tracker: tool for collecting eye movement data to assess how users scan displays, which areas they focus on and for how long, and which elements they miss. Eye movements provide a deeper insight into the origins of certain usability problems and offer more precise answers to questions concerning layout effectiveness, information organization and clarity, and appropriateness of graphical treatment.

Portable Digital Usability Testing Labs: tools for recording and broadcasting users and their interactions with your Web page or other products.

UserZoom: a tool for remote, online usability testing.

The exhibition is being held on April 5-7 at the Washington DC Convention Center. This year marks FOSE's 29th year serving the government technology community with high tech exhibits. Attendance this year is expected to be 25,000. The official Web site is . Registration is free for government professionals and $50 for non-government.

Please stop by and see us in Booth # 1041 in the Small Business Pavilion, before or after you visit the National Cherry Blossom Festival.

User Centric is on the GSA IT Schedule 70: GS-35F-0032R. To find User Centric's listing, please visit the GSA e-library here .

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