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UIE Virtual Seminar
January 15, 2009
www.uie.com


The Road to
Informed Decisions
Jared M. Spool
User Interface Engineering
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Differences & Similarities
‣Highlights of special offers
‣Search capabilities
‣Prominence of product lines
‣Tabbed interfa...
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UIE Virtual Seminar
January 15, 2009
www.uie.com


The Road to
Informed Decisions
Jared M. Spool
User Interface Engineering
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UIE Virtual Seminar Preview: The Road to Informed Decisions

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A preview for the January 15, 2009 UIE Virtual Seminar, The Road to Informed Decisions. More information about the UIE Virtual Seminar at http://uie.com/events/virtual_seminars/

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  1. 1. UIE Virtual Seminar January 15, 2009 www.uie.com The Road to Informed Decisions Jared M. Spool User Interface Engineering
  2. 2. 1. ion 2. at Infe erv renc bs e O 4. Recomm end- 3. ation Opinion Solid 5. Inferences Decision are Critical
  3. 3. Differences & Similarities ‣Highlights of special offers ‣Search capabilities ‣Prominence of product lines ‣Tabbed interface ‣Prominence of pricing ‣Visually distinct special offers ‣City listing ‣Brand listings ‣Bundle availability
  4. 4. #1 Evaluate in 2 days #2 Alternatives #3 Current Design #4 Under $10k #5
  5. 5. UIE Virtual Seminar January 15, 2009 www.uie.com The Road to Informed Decisions Jared M. Spool User Interface Engineering
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