October Update - UX and UCD Courses in London, Hamburg and Vancouver
11 Oct 2010 - 6:15am
Our Agile User Experience and UCD course was well-received in Brussels last week. This is being repeated next month in Hamburg and London. We also have a follow-on workshop, where participants will be able to spend more time developing personas and interaction designs, called Persona-Driven Design on 6 Dec in London. The Hamburg course follows an evening talk I am giving at the betahaus the night before. See http://www.ixda.org/local/event/27496
We have also had news that two of our courses, Agile UX and UCD and a half-day version of our Card Sorting for Navigation Design course will be part of the CHI 2011 conference programme next May in Vancouver. Course information won't be on the conference web site for a few months yet, but the URL is www.chi2011.org.
Finally, we've broadened the scope of our full-day card sorting course to include significantly more material on information architecture. The revised course is now called User-Centred Information Architecture and will premier in London on 17 Jan.
The full line-up is:
Agile User Experience & UCD (15-Nov-10)
Persona-Driven Design (06-Dec-10)
User-Centred Information Architecture (17-Jan-11)
Dynamic User Experience: Ajax Design & Usability (07-Feb-11)
Agile User Experience & UCD (14-Mar-11)
The Psychological Basis of Nerdiness and Its Impact on UCD (7:00 pm 04-Nov-10, FREE)
Agile User Experience & UCD (05-Nov-10)
CHI 2011 - VANCOUVER:
Agile User Experience & UCD (full day)
Card Sorting for Navigation Design (half day)
See www.syntagm.co.uk/design/schedule.shtml for full details and to book the London or Hamburg courses. (The Vancouver courses will need to be booked through www.chi2011.org once the conference site opens for registration.)
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