Proposed Topics

November 19, 2013
Data is important to all our users. Suggestions for ITS Backup Services? The current recommended tools on the ITS website are outdated and/or don't meet their needs.
November 19, 2013
Acceptance of New System(s)? From the user perspective, new software means dealing with a major change that forces users to acquire a new set of skills, and new ways of doing their job. Software...
November 19, 2013
What tools,  frameworks,  libraries,  or languages are you using (or would like to use) in order to deliver a stellar user experience?  Is there a shiny new javascript or CSS framework you are...
November 18, 2013
When we hear the word “user,” we often think about the person visiting at the other end of the screen, or End User. But it’s important to note that when designing web interfaces, long-term success...
November 18, 2013
I would be interested in starting a discussion about using Google Analytics (or any data really) as the basis for web design, usability, and other user experience decisions.
November 15, 2013
I'd love to spark a conversation with developers and hear what we can do on the UX side that would help them create usable interfaces. What kinds of consultation from UX experts have been...
November 14, 2013
Join ACR staff for a discussion on effective technology resource management for computing resources in the Yale public clusters and teaching and learning spaces.
November 14, 2013
How does a team build a culture of user engagement and quickly test designs?  Guerilla Usability is a lightweight framework that has emerged from the work of Steve Krug and others, that combines...
November 14, 2013
When you make changes, the People have a right to know. How do you keep them updated? What is too much communication? What are the different kinds of communication (feature changes v security issues...
November 12, 2013
Both for principled reasons and practical ones, we need to be using and building technologies that make Yale's world accessible to many different sensory/physical interactions. How can we insist...

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