William Hudson | 7 Apr 10:07 2006

Web Design for Usability (London, 11 May) - Early Booking Extended

(Apologies for cross-posting.)

** Early booking for this one-day course has been extended to 18 April. Save £40 per place! **

This tutorial is being presented at CHI 2006 in Montreal. For those not planning to attend CHI, the London
presentation saves a lot of travelling!

Past attendees have ranged from freelance designers through to usability and development staff from BT,
Shell, Transport for London, Opodo and Nationwide (to name but a few).

Topics covered include: Conceptual models; card sorting; user observation; personas; user tasks and
goal-oriented models; paper prototyping; accessibility; navigation and content; visual design;
feedback and usability testing guidelines.

Those of you already familiar with card sorting may be especially interested in a powerful new approach
included on the course - combining the benefits of traditional paper sorting with efficient computer
processing and enhanced statistical analysis. (If you are not already familiar with card sorting, don't
worry, you will discover how easy and effective it can be in designing web site navigation.)

The course is being run in collaboration with the British HCI Group and the UK UPA. Members are entitled to a
further 5% discount. Plus, we are currently running a three-for-the-price-of-two special offer.

The course will be held in central London, near Oxford Circus.

Full details and online booking at


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