I happened to attend Human Factors International’s > User-Centered Analysis and Conceptual Design Course <>
The seminar covered the following topics
- Creating a design strategy
- Creating user and environmental profiles
- Data gathering techniques such as:
- Scenarios and task analysis
- Information architecture
Think its an excellent course for BEGINNERS who are keen on understanding HCI basics. The course material is well organized, easy to learn and looks professional. Amit Sathe, the trainer, holds a Masters with HCI specialization from Clemson.edu. The last time it was Sarit Arora.
Met lotsa aspiring Usability Engineers, User Interface Designers, CUAs ( Certified Usability Analysts!) from HCL Chennai, Wipro Bangalore, HP Bangalore, Oracle Bangalore, Iflexsolutions, Polaris, Kenexa, Mcafee Bangalore, Prism Networks etc.,
And the other great thing about HFI training programs is that they serve some really awesome JUICE Promise to upload the group snap by the weekend.
Question : How does the HCI industry perceive certifications?Yawn… Can you cut through the flab?