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Subject:Two Courses on Product Usability From:Victoria Mathews <vmathews -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 24 Jul 1995 14:13:29 EDT
From: Victoria J. Mathews
RCHVMW2(VJM), Dept. 533, Rochester, MN T/L 553-0231
Internet: vmathews -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com tele: 507-253-0231
Subject: Two Courses on Product Usability
Back on June 20th, Jared Spool posted information on two classes offered
by User Interface Engineering. The Classes were "Product Usability:
Survival Techniques" and " Techniques for Complex Applications."
I was curious if anyone had ever taken these or different classes from
User Interface Engineering? My company is looking at possibly bringing
the classes to our site here in Rochester, MN and I wanted to know we
were making a good investment. Any information appreciated.
\ "We cannot direct the wind,
Regards, Victoria \ but together, we can adjust
\ the sails." Anonymous