Now I’m Usability trained !

Hey all,

Last month I’ve completed Usability training from Human Factors International (HFI) in Mumbai.
HFI is usability consultant which provide training and certification also. My overall experience
was good. I learned lot of new things, User Centered Design (UCD) Process, design guidelines, etc.
After successful completion of HFI test, I’ll be awarded as “Certified Usability Analyst” (sounds cool, isn’t it?)

Now I’m reading through the reference material given by HFI and some other Usability/Design books
and trying to create some useful notes on various topics. In coming posts I’ll put these notes.


3 Responses to “Now I’m Usability trained !”

  1. 1 jagdish
    December 16, 2010 at 9:02 am


    I interested to to get certified from HFI tell me your experience about that

    waiting for your reply

  2. 2 kishorsonawane
    December 16, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    Hi jagdish,
    well, it was good experience. Course is of 10 days and its full of knowledge. After attending course you can appear for exam. Its an online exam with objective questions based on four courses. People find it difficult to crack but I if you are clear with concepts and if you are good at time management then cracking exam wont be difficult task for you.
    If you want more info on this, write me on cskishor@gmail.com

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