[Plug] Adaptive Path's UX Week - Early reg and discounts - August 14-17, Washington, D.C.

26 Jun 2006 - 4:03pm
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Peter Merholz

IxDA Folks--

From August 14-17 Adaptive Path presents User Experience Week 2006.

We have an amazing assemblage of speakers, including keynoters Steven
Johnson (author of _Everything Bad is Good for You_ and _Interface
Culture_), Michael Bierut (partner at Pentagram, blogger at Design
Observer), Jeffrey Veen (Adaptive Path founder, now at Google), and a
Barbara Brennan, an exhibit designer at the Smithsonian's Air and
Space Museum.

View the (nearly) complete schedule, and register here:
<URL: http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2006/aug/>

Early registration ends July 1. Sign up by then to get $100 off the
standard price.

Also, if you use the promotional code FOPM (Friends of Peter
Merholz), you'll get an additional 15% off, which is an additional
savings of $284.

We're thrilled to have such great speakers as Bradley Horowitz (VP at
Yahoo!), Dan Brown (author of forthcoming Documenting Design), Jared
Spool (needs no introduction), Kevin Cheng (co-author of OK/Cancel
comic), Rashmi Sinha (user research pioneer), Shelley Evenson
(professor of service design at CMU), Steve Portigal (product
strategist), Vijay Kumar (professor at the Institute of Design).

Here's a list of some of the topics that we'll be discussed at this
event (in no particular order):
- service design
- tying design to business value
- mobile experience design
- accessibility
- content analysis
- information visualization
- comics
- government websites
- innovation planning
- interaction design
- documenting design
- designing for next-gen web applications
- cross-cultural research
- new remote research methods

We have sold more tickets by this point than any other prior year, so
we expect to sell out. Register soon to make sure you get in!


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