When designing a web presence, there’s often a disastrous disconnect between the design of user experience, system functionality, and visual design. Sometimes design is by committee, done on the fly, or worse: given no truly structured process at all. By investing in a few common sense analysis measures at the beginning of your project, you can ensure that the rollout of your web presence will be as efficient and effective as possible. On Friday, February 10th ASPE instructor Billie Johnson presented the free web seminar “Prototyping Techniques for Better Web Design.” In this web seminar, Billie discussed some common-sense methods to bring your team together for determining proper direction and function before moving to design and production.
Listen to a recording of this web seminar in its entirety by clicking View Event Recordings (at the top right). Learn how to leverage basic techniques proven in the world of business analysis, and apply them to your online design efforts when the time comes for you to roll out a shiny new website or user interface.
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