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Hello; Steve Krug and I will be teaching our Fall 2005 seminars in three US
cities:  Washington, DC (9/15-16), Chicago (9/29-30), and Seattle
(10/20-21).  Discounts are available for early registration, for groups of
three or more, and for registering for both seminars.  Details below; hope
to see you there!


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Enterprise Information Architecture (with Lou Rosenfeld)

  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 day includes a balance of lecture,
discussion, and group exercises.

Locations and Dates
  September 15, 2005:  Washington, DC ($795; $695 by August 19)
  September 29, 2005:  Chicago, IL ($795; $695 by September 2)
  October 20, 2005:  Seattle, WA ($795; $695 by September 23)

More info and registration:  http://www.louisrosenfeld.com/eia



Don't Make Me Think: The Web Usability Workshop (with Steve Krug)

  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.

Locations and Dates
  September 16, 2005:  Washington, DC ($795; $695 by August 19)
  September 30, 2005:  Chicago, IL ($795; $695 by September 2)
  October 21, 2005:  Seattle, WA ($795; $695 by September 23)

More info and registration:  http://www.sensible.com/workshops.html

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