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Date: Wed, 9 Apr 1997 07:32:30 -0500
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If you are a Software Engineer, User Interface Designer, Programmer,
Project Leader, Web Designer, Technical Writer, or Product Manager,
please join us for these two courses:

PRODUCT USABILITY: SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES
May 6, 1997

TECHNIQUES FOR COMPLEX APPLICATIONS
May 7, 1997

Two 1-day courses to help you build better applications faster

Andover, MA
Presented by User Interface Engineering

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What You'll Learn

These courses are designed to get you exactly where you want to go
-- to a product or web site that your customers learn easily, use frequently, and
love.

Discover techniques that will dramatically change the way you build
products, without requiring any more time, money, or people!

    PRODUCT USABILITY: SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES

+ Use rapid iterative design to keep your product or web site on
  track with continuous measurements

+ Prevent common usability problems by focusing on a few proven
  design basics

+ Usability test a paper prototype of the product's design to get key
  feedback before any code is written

The high point of this course is our design competition. Using
everything you've learned, you'll build a fully-working product in
just a few hours. You'll apply your new-found knowledge and have a
blast collaborating with your peers!


    TECHNIQUES FOR COMPLEX APPLICATIONS

+ Gather information on how your users work and what constraints your
  design needs to address

+ Partition a feature-rich product to meet the needs of different
  users

+ Design your interface for both ease of learning AND productivity

+ Identify the bottlenecks that hamper your development process

Both courses are taught by Jared M. Spool, Tara Scanlon, and Carolyn
Snyder, recognized experts in software usability.

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Course Costs

Each course costs just $320 per person, or attend both and save $50.

And, if you register by April 21st, you'll receive a one-year
subscription (6 issues) to our newsletter, Eye For Design.  That's a
$79.00 value.  Act now!

Seating is limited, so register early!

Thinking about sending 4 or more people?  Call today about group
discounts or on-site courses.

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Course Location

We are holding both courses at the Andover Marriott.  We have
reserved a block of rooms at a special rate for course attendees.
Contact the Andover Marriott (508-975-3600) before April 21st to
reserve your room.

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To Register

By Phone:  (508) 975-4343
By Mail:   User Interface Engineering
           800 Turnpike Street, #101
           North Andover, MA 01845
By Fax:    (508) 975-5353
By Email:  [log in to unmask]
By Web: http://www.uie.com

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Order Form

___ Yes! I can't wait to attend these courses.  I understand that if
I register before April 21st, I will receive a full year's
subscription (6 issues) to Eye For Design.
   ___  Product Usability: Survival Techniques 5/6/97 $320
   ___  Techniques For Complex Applications 5/7/97 $320
   ___  Both Courses (Save $50)  $590

___ Maybe.  I'd like to see the eight-page brochure which describes
the details of these courses.  Please mail it to the postal address
below.

___ No, I can't attend this course, but I am interested in learning
about future events.

Name:  ______________________________________________
Title: ______________________________________________
Email: ______________________________________________
Organization:  ______________________________________
Address:  ___________________________________________
City/State/Zip/Country:  ____________________________
Daytime Phone:  _____________________________________
Fax Number: _______________________________________

Payment Information:
  ___ Check enclosed (Payable to User Interface Engineering)
  ___ Net-30 Purchase Order # _________
           (PO must be faxed with registration)
  ___ Mastercard
  ___ Visa
  ___ American Express
  ___ Discover

Account #: __________________________________________
Expiration Date: ____________________________________

Substitions may be made at any time.  We will accept cancellations
made two weeks before the course, subject to a $40 service charge.
ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING.  Confirmed registrants
who do not attend or cancel within two weeks of the course can attend
another course at a future date.

Existing Eye For Design subscribers will receive a one-year extension
to their current subscription.  Sorry, but the free subscription
offer will not be available after April 21st.

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