Presentation submissions written by Aga Bojko, Gavin Lew, Heather Olson, Bob Schumacher, and Abby Stephenson have been accepted to the 2006 Usability Professionals Association (UPA) Conference.
The four sessions will explore a variety of topics, including: team and data management in large-scale usability projects, advanced user experience techniques, assessing the impact of global testing, and using eye tracking to compare designs. Sessions will be highly interactive and provide practical insights based on real consulting experiences and case studies.
The 2006 UPA Conference will be held in Broomfield, Colorado from June 12-16. The theme of the conference is "usability through storytelling."
For more about this event, please visit here.
The Usability Professionals' Association supports usability specialists, people from all aspects of human-centered design, and the broad family of disciplines that create the user experience in promoting the design and development of usable products. For more information, visit the UPA Web site.