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Sep 27, 2002: Let's Make a Deal

The deal is this: I make all my recent presentations available from my site. All your favorite topics! The 80/20 rule, designing search systems, IA within the broader context of UX...

In return, I get to plug the IA sessions that Margaret Hanley and I will be teaching this fall as part of Nielsen Norman's UsabilityWeek tour. OK, here goes: two full day IA tutorials--one basic, the other more advanced--chock full of all of your other favorite topics, including enterprise IA, content modeling, search results design, metadata... The list goes on and on. November 7-8 in NYC, November 14-15 in Londontown. Hope to see you, even if you can't make our sessions.

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Comment: sam s (Sep 27, 2002)

I rather want to get a strainght ans from you.
What is the wprk that has been cited for USABILITY at California Digital Libraries?

an humble student

Comment: Lou (Sep 27, 2002)

Ummm... Not sure what it has to do with this Bloug entry Sam, but my answer is: I don't know. Consider asking a specialist in usability or a related area who works for the California Digital Library.

Comment: Dey Alexander (Sep 29, 2002)

Sounds like a terrific deal to me!

While I'm here, just wanted to mention that I finally got my copy of *PolarBear2* this week and read it over the weekend. Congratulations on a very useful revision of the book. Well structured (as one might expect from a team of top IAs) and well written with lots of useful content.

I hope you'll come back with some more IA tutorials the next time the NNG show comes to (Sydney) town.

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