Usability for UA in Bellevue in March

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Announcements, In-person College Course |

Joe Welinske will be the instructor for a Usability Workshop taking place on three consecutive Saturday morning in March. The course, offered through Bellevue College,  is designed to help technical communication professionals effectively plan and test their work according to user-centered design principles. This is a live, in-person event. There is no online component. Course...

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Online Workshop – An Introduction to Mobile User Assistance

Posted by on Sep 6, 2014 in Announcements, Webinars | 2 comments

September 17 • 9am – 12:00pm Pacific Time Joe Welinske is hosting a half-day, online workshop on mobile user assistance. This workshop is designed to provide an introduction to key topics and also to foster discussion on the best ways to design UA for this new paradigm. As the mobile market continues to expand, this is becoming the next frontier for user assistance professionals. Registration is just $29 and limited to 24...

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Content Authoring for Mobile and Small-screen Devices – Bellevue College

Posted by on Aug 25, 2013 in In-person College Course |

Joe Welinske will be teaching this course this Fall: Content Authoring for Mobile and Small-screen Devices – Bellevue College The rapidly evolving array of personal digital devices is dramatically affecting the writing, production, and publishing of content. The effectiveness of today’s content is influenced by how well it adapts to different device types and the environmental context. Readers “on the go” have a different expectation...

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Usability Workshop – Bellevue College

Posted by on Aug 25, 2013 in In-person College Course |

Joe Welinske will be teaching this course this Fall: Usability Workshop  - Bellevue College This course provides instruction in usability testing of print documents, websites, and help systems. Students gain experience and performance feedback while working individually to apply usability testing principles during in-class exercises and in assigned homework.

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