GDC Manitoba returns to fill your lunchbag with knowledge, as we present "Designing for Behaviour in the Digital Space", the first entry in our informative 2012 Lunch Talk series. Brown-bag it tomorrow and come join us!
Join GDC Manitoba and guest speaker Bob Duncan on Tuesday March 27 for an enlightening lunchtime presentation, as he touches on…
Interaction design principles for usability
Goal-based design (as opposed to task-based design)
Introduction to prototyping and usability testing
Process recommendations for traditional web teams
An overview of helpful resources
Our most recent GDCMB lunch talk filled up quickly, so be sure to register here to save your seat at what promises to be an intriguing discussion. The talk takes place at Red River College, Princess Street Campus – 6th floor, room W6-01 (first room when you get off the elevators, right across from the kitchenette and bathroom)
What: "Designing for Behaviour in the Digital Space"
When: Tuesday March 27, 2012 - 12:00 - 12:45pm (excluding time for questions)
Where: Red River College, Princess Street Campus – 6th floor, room W6-01
How Much: free for GDC members, $10 for non-members
Bob Duncan is the online development manager at MTS Allstream, where he is in charge of managing the online user experience through interface design and information architecture. A 2005 graduate of Red River College's Digital Multimedia Technology program, Bob also runs The Happy Pixel, a one-man wrecking crew that provides website design, development and consulting services. He has worked with some of the top brands in Winnipeg including the Winnipeg Free Press, CBC, Dufresne Furniture & Appliances, Milt Stegall and Cindy Klassen.