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Tuesday, April 17 • 9:15am - 10:30am
Why and How To Teach User Centered Design

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Have you ever encountered a website that was simply impossible to navigate? Then wondered, who designed this? What were they thinking? This panel will focus on creating interactive content designed for the user, not the designer. This concept seems so logical, inherently intuitive, but it obviously is neither. Moderator: Rustin Greene, James Madison University
Panelists: Yoshiko Burke, University of Cincinnati; Evaluating Design Process
Allison Normand, James Madison University; Narratives, Personas, and Teaching User-Centered Design
Yvette Shen, James Madison University; Usability Issues Designing For the Mobile Web
Mary Schaffer, California State University @ Northridge; Writing For The Web: Assignments That Work
Rustin Greene, James Madison University; What Is User Centered Design, And Why Do We Care?


Tuesday April 17, 2012 9:15am - 10:30am
Pavilion 9

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