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Nov 16, 2009: Updates on new books and workshops

So much going on right now—good stuff, really—but not much time to tend to Bloug. So just a few notes for now:

  • Rosenfeld Media just published its fifth book: Todd Zaki Warfel's Prototyping: A Practitioner's Guide. I'm thrilled with Todd's work; this is a hugely practical take on a hugely practical topic, and Todd will show you how to prototype from low-tech approaches (e.g., paper) to high-tech (e.g., Axure). And it's on sale now!
  • Our sixth title is just around the corner, and it could be a real game-changer for the user research community. I've read the draft of Nate Bolt and Tony Tulathimutte's Remote Research: Real Users, Real Time, Real Research, and it's amazing. Sign up here to receive early notice of its availability for purchase (as well as a discount).
  • In March I'll be returning to old Ann Arbor (outside Detroit, Michigan) for something of a homecoming: the Merit Network will have me teach both of my workshops, Enterprise Information Architecture (March 30) and Search Analytics for a Better User Experience (March 31). Please sign up now and help get the word out; these are my only North American workshops scheduled for the first half of 2010 (Steve Krug and I are planning to return to London; details TBA).

Lots of other good things happening; I hope to be better about blogging here. But man, I've been going nuts posting in Twitterspace; you wouldn't know it from this posting, but I guess I just like the 140 character maximum thing. @louisrosenfeld and @rosenfeldmedia

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Comment: Deepesh Joseph (Dec 3, 2009)

Hi Louis,

It was nice reading your IA book. Please visit http://informationmanagementresearch.blogspot.com/ for some reviews on IA topics. Also find my report on Future EA trends in http://informationmanagementresearch.blogspot.com/2009/04/future-trends-in-enterprise.html.


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