Rolf Molich owns and manages DialogDesign, a small Danish usability consultancy. Rolf conceived and coordinated the comparative usability evaluation studies CUE-1 through CUE-9 where a total of more than 120 professional usability teams tested or reviewed the same applications. Rolf has worked with usability since 1984; he is the author of the best-selling Danish book User Friendly Computer Systems of which more than 25,000 copies have been sold. Rolf is the co-inventor of the heuristic inspection method (with Jakob Nielsen).
Rolf is an experienced speaker, who regularly gets high ratings from participants for his useful and frank presentation style.
Expert reviews, such as heuristic evaluations and other design inspections, are the second most widely used usability method. Nonetheless, they’re often conducted with poor or unsystematic methodology and thus don’t always live up to their full potential. This workshop discusses proven methods for conducting and reporting expert reviews of a user interface design. The workshop includes two practical exercises in expert reviews. Participants do an expert review of a dialog, match their review skills with their peers, and learn from them.