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Analysis, design and evaluationInformation & Design is a usability consultancy based in Melbourne, Australia. They have an underlying philosophy that usability can, and should be an integral part of the design process, carried out in-house by the organizations themselves as far as possible. On their website you can find a range of usability resources, eg. descriptions of tools for analysis, design and evaluation
Here are local copies of some of the resources:
- Contextual Enquiry
- Cultural Probes
- User Profile
- Design Workshop
- Usability Testing
- Handling Logged Data
- Affinity Diagramming
- Card Sort
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