If you're going to learn something, learn it from the masters — that's our philosophy here at Etre. Which is why we're bringing you Steve Krug, Lou Rosenfeld and Anders Ramsay — the authors of Don't Make Me Think (aka "the usability expert's bible"), Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (aka "the information architect's bible") and Designing with Agile. Is there a better team to teach you the ins and outs of user experience? We don't think so.
Etre Get Together 2011 consists of three hands-on workshops on Designing with Agile, Adaptable Information Architecture and Do-It-Yourself Usability Testing: The Workshop. Each one is limited to just 50 attendees so as to keep things nice and intimate.
On day one, Anders Ramsay will show you how to enrich your user experience design approach by incorporating Agile practices. On day two, Lou will show you how to boost your site's navigation and search performance. And on day three, Steve will teach you how to improve your site's usability by doing your own low-cost/no-cost user testing.
Workshops can be booked individually or as a package.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London has been at the centre of many of the most significant artistic and cultural developments in the past 60 years in the United Kingdom. It also provides a forum for the creative industries to meet and connect — which makes it the ideal venue for Etre Get Together 2011.
The event takes place on Monday 3rd, Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th October 2011.
To dramatically improve your user experience design skills.
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