Overview

After attending this training course, you will be able to use colour confidently in your web site.

This seminar is aimed at

  • Software engineers
  • Graphic designers
  • Interface designers
  • web site designers
  • E-commerce developers

You will learn how to

  • Gain confidence in your use of colour by understanding colour vision;
  • Use various methods of colour specification;
  • Use colour to make displays more usable;
  • Design web sites that colour-blind people can use;
  • Avoid causing visual fatigue;
  • Use International Standards and Web Standards to validate your design.

What do I get when I book this course?

  • 1 day training course with a usability expert.
  • Practical checklists, worksheets and extensive notes to take home.
  • 24/7 support to help you apply your learning.
  • A proper, air-conditioned learning environment.
  • CPD-approved course attendance certificate.
  • A 2-course lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
  • A money-back guarantee.

More details on what you get.

Duration

This course lasts one day.

About your trainer

David Travis

This seminar is led by Dr. David Travis, the author of E-Commerce Usability. David has more than 20 years experience in the field of user centred design and has delivered over 100 seminars in usability for a range of private and public sector organisations.

Course Schedule

We schedule this course based on demand. If you want to attend a public course, click on the button below. Once we get 8 like-minded individuals we'll schedule a course and let you know.

In-house training

We can bring this course to you and run it for a fixed all-inclusive fee no matter where you are. All you have to do is provide the delegates and the meeting room.


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