Device & Usabilty Learning Lab

Spring 2017 Hours: Monday - Friday 10:00AM - 2:00PM

"Good design starts with an understanding of psychology and technology."- Don Norman

about

The Device & Usability Learning Lab is the first of its kind in Arizona, combining the concept of an open device lab with a usability research facility. It provides a unique learning environment for ASU faculty, staff, and students. The Lab also hosts community workshops, tutoring and outreach for K-12 students.

Christina Carrasquilla

Christina Carrasquilla

Co-Director

  • Design
  • Development
  • Social Media
Deborah Prewitt

Deborah Prewitt

Co-Director

  • Usability
  • User Experience
  • Content Writing
  • Content Management
Susan Squire

Susan Squire

Co-Director

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Responsive Design
  • Creative Thinking

device wall

Featuring over a dozen devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, computers, a smart TV and wearables from Apple, Android, Kindle and Windows, the device wall instantly populates all devices with your website or application to facilitate testing.

There is no better way to test for user experience, than on the users actual device.

monitor wall

Interact with your website or application instantly on multiple browsers and operating systems. Includes MAC OS, Windows and Linux systems running (where applicable) Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, Chrome and Firefox.

It would take hours to test a website on all the devices and the Lab instantly populates your website on every device at the same time.

collabo wall

From brainstorming to wireframing, collaborate with your team using our whiteboard wall, markers and stencils.

Designing a website requires tools and collaborationand the Lab has UI Stencils, a web design and development book library, computers will the latest software and friends and mentors to collaborate with.

usability station

description coming soon...

learning

ASU Courses

Many ASU courses are taught in the Lab. Want to teach your class in the lab? Contact Julie Barnes for details.

See more about learning...

outreach

K-12

  • SPARK App League
  • App Camp 4 Girls
  • Night of the Open Door
  • DiscoverE

Workshops

  • HTML Refresher
  • HTML Email
  • JavaScript
  • Web Hosts

research

Papers & Projects

Want to schedule the lab for your testing and research? Contact deviceLab@asu.edu for details.

Facilities & Resources

Including the Lab in your research proposal? Download our Facilities & Resources document.

contact

Hours

M-W-F: 10:00AM - 2:00 PM or by appointment at deviceLab@asu.edu

Location

Arizona State Univeristy Polytechnic Campus Santa Calatina Hall, Room #157 deviceLab@asu.edu

Email

deviceLab@asu.edu