[Plug]: Early-bird pricing for UX Australia ends 30 June.

24 Jun 2009 - 7:33am
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Steve Baty - UX...
2009

There's only one week to go until early-bird pricing ends (midnight AEST, 30
June) for UX Australia <http://uxaustralia.com.au/>, which runs from 26-28
August, in Australia's capitol Canberra.

Here are five great reasons why you should register
now<http://uxaustralia.com.au/register>
:

1. You'll* save money*. Early-bird prices save you $100 on the main
conference and full day workshops; and $50 on half-day workshops
2. You could *win free stuff* - we'll enter you in a draw for licences
for Axure RP Pro and Saasu (thanks to our sponsors for these)
3. You'll *hear first* about any important announcements
4. You'll get to *be involved earlier *about important decisions about
the program and social events
5. You'll be helping us *plan ahead*

And even better, you don't have to pay straight away. You can register now
and pay when you are ready. What are you waiting for?

Prices are:

- Main conference, full price: $700
- Main conference, full-time students: $300
- Pre-conference workshops, full day: $450
- Pre-conference workshops, half day: $250

Conference program [image: Header]

If you need more convincing, check out the fantastic content.

Four pre-conference workshops:

- Half-day: Scribble your way to
success!<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/r>Matt
Balara
- Half-day: Interaction design
studio<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/y>.
Shane Morris
- Full day: The Usability Kit
workshop<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/j>.
Daniel Szuc & Gerry Gaffney
- Full day: Research methods for user experience
design<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/t>.
Patrick Kennedy

And 23 main conference
presentations<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/i>
from
28 fantastic speakers<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/d>,
including a keynote presentation from Alex Wright, User Experience Director
for the New York Times.

Comments

24 Jun 2009 - 9:28pm
Steve Baty - UX...
2009

Complete link failure :( Registrations can be made at:
http://www.uxaustralia.com.au/conference-2009/registration

Steve

2009/6/24 Steve Baty - UX Australia <steve at uxaustralia.com.au>

> There's only one week to go until early-bird pricing ends (midnight AEST,
> 30 June) for UX Australia <http://uxaustralia.com.au/>, which runs from
> 26-28 August, in Australia's capitol Canberra.
>
> Here are five great reasons why you should register now<http://uxaustralia.com.au/register>
> :
>
> 1. You'll* save money*. Early-bird prices save you $100 on the main
> conference and full day workshops; and $50 on half-day workshops
> 2. You could *win free stuff* - we'll enter you in a draw for licences
> for Axure RP Pro and Saasu (thanks to our sponsors for these)
> 3. You'll *hear first* about any important announcements
> 4. You'll get to *be involved earlier *about important decisions about
> the program and social events
> 5. You'll be helping us *plan ahead*
>
> And even better, you don't have to pay straight away. You can register now
> and pay when you are ready. What are you waiting for?
>
> Prices are:
>
> - Main conference, full price: $700
> - Main conference, full-time students: $300
> - Pre-conference workshops, full day: $450
> - Pre-conference workshops, half day: $250
>
>
> Conference program [image: Header]
>
> If you need more convincing, check out the fantastic content.
>
> Four pre-conference workshops:
>
> - Half-day: Scribble your way to success!<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/r>Matt Balara
> - Half-day: Interaction design studio<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/y>.
> Shane Morris
> - Full day: The Usability Kit workshop<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/j>.
> Daniel Szuc & Gerry Gaffney
> - Full day: Research methods for user experience design<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/t>.
> Patrick Kennedy
>
> And 23 main conference presentations<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/i> from
> 28 fantastic speakers<http://uxaustralia.createsend3.com/t/r/l/ijjlkd/chkhuoy/d>,
> including a keynote presentation from Alex Wright, User Experience Director
> for the New York Times.
>

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