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Jan 30, 2007: Spring seminars in Portland and Atlanta

Steve Krug and I have assembled our spring seminar schedule. As usual, Steve teaches his web usability course, and I cover enterprise information architecture. These are day-long seminars, with discounts when you register for both, for early registration, and when three or more register concurrently. (We have raised prices slightly, but hey, we'd held the line steady for about four years, so don't shoot us.)

OK, locations and dates:

Portland, OR: The CoHo Theater
May 10: Enterprise Information Architecture (w/Lou Rosenfeld)
May 11: Web Usability (w/Steve Krug)
Early registration by April 13

Atlanta: Zoo Atlanta (yes, you read that right)
May 31: Enterprise Information Architecture (w/Lou Rosenfeld)
June 1: Web Usability (w/Steve Krug)
Early registration by May 4

If you've not attended Steve's seminar before, you're in for a real treat. Thought Don't Make Me Think! was a hoot? Steve's even better in person.

And me? Hard to say; I've never attended one of my own sessions. I do have a zillion slides (266 at last count), but don't panic: I only cover about 50 during the day. You can get a sense of what I cover by flipping through last fall's deck (courtesy of SlideShare.net). Let me know if I can answer any questions about the seminar.

I hope we'll see you in Atlanta or Portland!

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