Happy Hour w/Lou Rosenfeld and Steve Krug in Philadelphia June 1-2
15 May 2006 - 11:01pm
[apologies for cross-posting]
Come join Steve Krug and Lou Rosenfeld for a happy hour next month as
their tour comes to Philadelphia. Steve and Lou will be teaching
their day-long seminars on web usability and information architecture
at the National Constitution Center on June 1st and 2nd (details below).
Messagefirst will host the happy hour at the Eulogy Bar, a Belgian
Tavern with Olde City charm and 185 international bottled beers and
15 on tap (http://www.eulogybar.com ). You won’t want to miss your
chance to meet Steve and Lou, and network with other UX
professionals. The Eulogy Bar is located just 2-3 blocks away from
the National Constitution Center.
Time: 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Date: June 1st, 2006
Location: Eulogy Bar, 136 Chestnut St
Admission: FREE; please spread the word
RSVP to todd at messagefirst.com recommended, as space is limited
The happy hour is open to everyone, whether you're registered for the
seminars or not. But be sure to check them out -- there are still a
few spaces available:
Enterprise Information Architecture (with Lou Rosenfeld)
June 1, 2006: $795
This day-long seminar will help you convert a disjointed collection
of content silos into a unified, user-centered web site or intranet.
Coverage includes a combination of design recommendations, governance
advice, and research methods that work in the highly political and
often nasty environment known as the enterprise. The seminar
combines lecture, discussion, and group exercises.
Don't Make Me Think: The Web Usability Workshop (with Steve Krug)
June 2, 2006: $795
Expanding on the topics in his best-selling Web usability book,
Steve's workshop will teach you how to recognize and solve the
usability problems in your own site, and how to make low-cost/no-cost
testing an everyday part of your company's design process. The day
includes a live usability test and expert reviews of a number of
websites using URLs submitted by attendees--perhaps even your own.
Discounts are available when registering for both seminars, and for
groups of three or more. Please pass this invitation along to
Todd R. Warfel
Partner, Design & Usability Specialist
Messagefirst | designing and usability consulting
Voice: (607) 339-9640
Email: todd at messagefirst.com
AIM: twarfel at mac.com
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