Baking with Tobii: 7 delicious recipes for successful eye tracking use in web usability studies
As a response to popular demand, Tobii has now prepared a baking class for both beginners and advanced users of eye tracking in web usability studies. Our one day course will not only provide the participants with basic skills in the eye tracking lab, but also present 7 different recipes that can be used to satisfy the different tastes and demands of the shareholders involved in web usability studies.
We start the day by providing the participants with some basic skills in housecraft in relation to eye tracking studies. This includes some basic facts about how the human eyes and vision works, the theory behind eye tracking, why the wording of the tasks is so important and benefits and drawbacks of using Think Aloud when doing eye tracking studies.
The day continues with the introduction of our 7 tasty recipes:
In the afternoon, our participants will get the opportunity to prepare cakes for each other which later will be tasted and evaluated. We finish the day with a discussion about the presented recipes and hopefully leave the course with our stomachs and heads full of new ideas regarding eye tracking.
Date and time:
The course will be held on the 1st of June between 10 am and 6 pm
Centre for User Experience Research (CUO)
Mediacentrum - K.U.Leuven
Parkstraat 45 bus 3605
Anneli Olsen - Usability Researcher and Trainer at Tobii
Tommy Strandvall - Global Training Manager at Tobii
If you have any questions regarding the course, please contact us at email@example.com
We accept payment by credit card, wire transfer and cheque
Upon registration, you may choose your preferred payment option. Accepted credit cards are VISA and MasterCard.
For the options of wire transfer or cheque, Tobii Technology will invoice your university or organization. The invoice must be paid in full within 30 days payment from the invoice date.
Cancellations can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 5, 2010.
Cancellations made after May 5, 2010 or no shows at event will be charged 65% of the total participation fee per participant.