The Usability Week 2011 Conference
Many conferences offer cavernous exhibit halls, brief seminars on second-hand discoveries, and a sense of anonymity that can be truly alienating. Usability Week takes a different approach. Knowledge, Directly from the Source. In place of scattered, shallow talks, Usability Week offers up to 6 days of deep learning as international experts lead full-day tutorials on topics such as:
- Fundamental guidelines for Web usability
- Applying information architecture (IA) principles
- Writing for the Web
- Application design
- Integrating social features on mainstream websites
- The human mind (how your users think)
- Mobile websites and touchscreen/gesture apps
Course levels range from introductory to advanced; you can sign up for as few as 1 or 2 days or as many as 6.
Industry leaders carefully design each tutorial to emphasize practical application, offering you maximum return-on-investment.
Many sessions include hands-on training exercises that let you apply what you learn immediately; all ensure that you’ll learn tools you can use to improve your website, intranet, or application as soon as you get home.
Because you’ll spend each day in a group with in-depth focus on a single topic, you can discuss problems, share solutions, and make lasting connections with your peers.
DateNovember 13, 2011 - November 18, 2011
Organized ByNielsen Norman Group
Great Cumberland Place
London , W1H 7DL