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HCIL BBL Speaker Series: The Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment Tool: A Case Study

Event Start Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021 - 12:30 pm

Event End Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021 - 1:30 pm

Location: Virtual

Add to Calendar Thursday, March 11, 2021 12:30 pm Thursday, March 11, 2021 1:30 pm America/New York HCIL BBL Speaker Series: The Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment Tool: A Case Study

When: Every Thurs during the semester from 12:30p – 1:30p ET
Where: For Zoom info, register here!

Bill Killam

Speaker: Bill Killam

Abstract.
The Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment Tool redesign project is a good, albeit rare, an example of a “soup-to-nuts” project. The project involved literature research, interaction design, and iterative design as well as both qualitative and quantitative evaluations. The origin of the project provides some insight into when and how user experience design issues become the focus of a project in the corporate world. Sadly, it also shows when and how user experience design is forgotten in the corporate world.

Bio.
Bill Killam is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland and teaches undergraduate courses on interaction design, research methods, and usability testing. He also teaches the HCIL Open House’s longest-running tutorial (every year since 2000 and counting). He has a BS in electrical engineering and an MA in psychology and is board certified in Human Factors Engineering. In addition to teaching, he runs a Human Factors Engineering consulting firm out of Ashburn, VA.

Virtual

When: Every Thurs during the semester from 12:30p – 1:30p ET
Where: For Zoom info, register here!

Bill Killam

Speaker: Bill Killam

Abstract.
The Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment Tool redesign project is a good, albeit rare, an example of a “soup-to-nuts” project. The project involved literature research, interaction design, and iterative design as well as both qualitative and quantitative evaluations. The origin of the project provides some insight into when and how user experience design issues become the focus of a project in the corporate world. Sadly, it also shows when and how user experience design is forgotten in the corporate world.

Bio.
Bill Killam is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland and teaches undergraduate courses on interaction design, research methods, and usability testing. He also teaches the HCIL Open House’s longest-running tutorial (every year since 2000 and counting). He has a BS in electrical engineering and an MA in psychology and is board certified in Human Factors Engineering. In addition to teaching, he runs a Human Factors Engineering consulting firm out of Ashburn, VA.