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Summary: Jessica DuVerneay explained the creation, implementation, and analysis of unmoderated user testing in a joint workshop with General Assembly.

this is ga's gear logoWith the excitement and short launch times seen in Los Angeles’ burgeoning ‘Silicon Beach’ Start Up scene, user experience research is sometimes given a short shrift. TUG and respected incubator / course provider General Assembly are bringing TUG’s Lean Unmoderated User Testing Course to the west coast at the end of March, teaching companies of all sizes how to effectively build unmoderated user testing into their design cycle.

Over two consecutive weekends, on Saturdays March 30 and April 6 from noon to 4pm, DuVerneay will explain and explore the creation, implementation, and analysis of unmoderated user testing. This course is perfect for practitioners who want to build user testing into their skill set, or product mangers that want a deep understanding of what it will take to bring user testing in house. logoEarly bird registration is $300 plus an administration fee of $17.49. After the early bird registration, the price will increase to $375 plus an administration fee of $21.20. Students will be given 5 free credits ($195 value). Please register for this class through General Assembly.

If you want more information on securing a personalized talk in your city or workshop for your organization or group about Unmoderated User Testing (or any other IA/UX topics) please contact Dave at dave(at)understandinggroup(dot)com

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