On November 12, 2014, Elizabeth Quigley gave a talk titled "UX @ Harvard's IQSS."
Details of the talk appear below.
When: November 12th @ 3:30-5:00pm
Title: UX @ IQSS
Who: Elizabeth Quigley, Usability Specialist, Data Science Team, Institute of Quantitative Social Science
Where: Harvard University, Lamont Library, Forum Room
Description: Over the past year and a half, the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) has integrated multiple user experience methods into their product development cycle to enhance the user experience for multiple products and websites developed at IQSS.
Elizabeth Quigley, Usability Specialist at IQSS, will outline how to start a user experience program for your products and/or websites, demonstrate the UX methods she uses, and show examples of how the UX of IQSS products and websites has been enhanced through these methods. If you have ever wondered how to start a user experience program, this is the talk for you.
Bio: Elizabeth has an M.S. in Library and Information Science from the School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College. She has conducted user research on the collaborative processes and profiles of undergraduates interacting with a Microsoft surface table, academic portals, the use of a library website by faculty members as well as the products and websites developed at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science.