World Usability Day ? Boston
"Why doesn't this work better? Why can't they make this easier?? World Usability Day is for all the people who've ever asked questions like these. Involving more than 70 cities in 35 countries, World Usability Day focuses on promoting awareness of the benefits of usability engineering and user-centered design.
Boston events for World Usability Day will be held at the Museum of Science in Boston, MA, on November 3, 2005. Exhibits and activities will begin at 9 a.m. The event is free with museum admission and open to the public. For more details, visit http://www.upaboston.org/.
Activities include exhibits and usability-related activities for school-aged children, a city-wide contextual examination and reported findings, a mini-LabFest where local companies submit their websites for on-site expert evaluations, and an evening reception.
Local Contact Information: Chris Hass, [email protected], 978.371.8334
Added by ratdog99 on October 15, 2005