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2010-10-21 00:00:41

Expert Usability Professional Presents Improving User Efficiency to Increase Online Account Openings to Senior Banking Executives Cleveland, OH (Vocus) October 20, 2010 Each year, the BAI Retail Delivery inspires and reinvigorates senior banking executives to identify and create new revenue opportunities that will generate purposeful and valuable exchanges with consumers. This year one particular presenter at the new BAI Research Showcase will do just that. Metrics Marketing Group, an...

2009-09-28 16:22:00

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE) today announced its ability to provide in-house Usability Lab services to outside companies. The Usability Lab provides a disciplined approach to product development that incorporates user centric feedback throughout the process. "New product development lends itself to a host of potential obstacles, many of which could be overcome with preemptive testing," said Paul Venuti, Director, Development Services, Sony...

2009-07-29 09:38:00

CHICAGO, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- User Centric, Inc. will be hosting a full-day seminar on Health Information Technology (HIT) Usability on September 3, 2009 at the University of Chicago's Gleacher Center. "Learn How to Improve the User Experience in Health IT" (http://www.hit-usability.com), led by usability expert Robert Schumacher, PhD, will discuss techniques and answer questions surrounding usability as it relates to HIT. Lately, the healthcare industry has seen a surge of interest...

2007-06-13 03:00:15

By Massey, Anne P Khatri, Vijay; Montoya-Weiss, Mitzi M ABSTRACT An important prerequisite for the success of any online service is ensuring that customers' experience-via the interface- satisfies both sensory and functional needs. Developing interfaces that are responsive to customers' needs requires a perspective on interface design as well as a deep understanding of the customers themselves. Drawing upon research in consumer behavior concerning consumer beliefs about technology, we...

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