My boss has asked me to do some usability training sessions for our
development team. Obviously this is a good thing, he wants them to be
thinking of the tools available to them and how they can utilize me better.
I would have to present to a group of about 25-40 people. They will be
developers and QA people mostly.
Can anyone share what they have done in the past in this regard? Certainly I
don't want to bore people or get into the details of how things are built,
but rather how the tools and methods themselves can help make their projects
better (for example, how a persona would benefit their project).
I do have the one-sheeters I made, I could use those as a starting point I
suppose. I'm just wondering what the best way is to present this material,
open to any and all opinions, or examples if you have them.