Fairfield, Iowa, USA – February 28, 2012—Human Factors International (HFI), one of the world’s leading providers of user experience design services, announced today the Essentials Promotion designed to help companies bring HFI’s Essentials of Usability course to their organizations.

The Essentials of Usability course is for people who work with and support user experience (UX) teams, including designers, developers, marketers, and strategy and innovation people. It will give them a better understanding of their UX team’s goals and methods. To assist companies in training their non-UX teams on the Essentials of Usability, HFI’s Essentials Promotion offers a special discount on the Essentials of Usability course between now and April 15, 2012.

“Companies today need company-wide appreciation and understanding of user-centered design in order to reach online users,” said Jay More, President of HFI.

“The Essentials of Usability course is an excellent way for a company to bring the basic knowledge of usability to a wide audience within the organization and this promotion makes it more cost effective than ever.”

The Essentials of Usability course contains six self-paced multimedia presentations on the fundamental principles, processes, and methods of user-centered design with HFI’s CEO Eric Schaffer. Course content:

• Introduction to User-Centered Design
• User-Centered Analysis
• Structural Design
• Detailed Design
• User Validation
• Beyond Usability

To find out more about Essentials of Usability and participate in the Essentials Promotion please visit: http://www.humanfactors.com/Essentials.asp

About Human Factors, International, Inc. (HFI)

HFI is a leading advising and strategic planning provider of usability design services. HFI provides insight for both private and public organizations. The ISO-certifiable HFI Framework is built on the deepest concepts from psychology, computer science, human-computer interaction, marketing, and ergonomics. HFI uses many advanced strategies which involve research, design, assessment, validation, and training to help organizations meet their usability needs.

HFI has worked with many clients, including the British Broadcasting Corporation, Sony Ericsson, McGraw-Hill, Microsoft, Wal-Mart, Pay Pal, Verizon, Citigroup, and Dell.

HFI’s corporate headquarters is in Fairfield, IA, with regional offices throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. Visit http://www.humanfactors.com

Media contact:
Guy Harvey, Human Factors International, Inc.

Published on: 8:48PM on 28th February 2012