GfK User Centric hosts free webinar
Online PR News – 02-October-2012 – CHICAGO, Ill. – Delivering great user experiences is a joint effort that not only relies on quality research and design methods, but on successful cooperation among all those involved in the design and development process. But how can you ensure your next project is a team effort from start to finish?
For project managers, UX designers and developers looking to improve collaboration throughout product development, GfK User Centric will host a free webinar, “Lost in Translation: Designer/Developer Collaboration for Great User Experiences” on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 12PM CDT.
Hosted by Director Mike Murphy and Associate Director Martin Ho, this webinar will highlight ways to reduce risk and cost for large-scale development projects, address how different levels of interaction and collaboration with developers can impact designs, and why it’s important for developers to get involved early in the design process.
This is the 14th presentation in the user experience webinar series, “We Believe Experiences Matter.” The series explores various topics related to user experience, such as eye tracking, global user research, and user interface design. Space is still available and can be reserved by visiting http://www.usercentric.com/webinars.
About GfK User Centric
Acquired by GfK in 2012, GfK User Centric is a global user experience research and design firm with a long history of improving user experiences. Services include user research, user interface design consulting, information architecture,usability testing, user interface evaluations, eye tracking, service design,personas and ethnography. Visit http://www.usercentric.com to learn more.
GfK is one of the world’s largest research companies, with more than 11,000 experts working to discover new insights about the way people live, think and shop, in over 100 markets, every day. GfK is constantly innovating to use the latest technologies and the smartest methodologies to give its clients the clearest understanding of the most important people in the world: their customers. In 2011, GfK’s sales amounted to EUR 1.37 billion.
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