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Jul 29, 2011: Teaching in London, Seattle, & DC this fall

I'll be teaching Adaptable Information Architecture this fall in three cities:

  • Washington, DC: September 9
  • Seattle: September 26
  • London: October 4

This is part of the growing Rosenfeld Media UX Workshop tour, and I'll be joined by Indi Young, Steve Portigal, Anders Ramsay, and (in all three cities) Steve Krug.

As always, the sessions are small and intimate. Also highly practical and, I like to think, very engaging. And, as much as it pains me, we've cut prices (given how crowded the UX workshop calendar is getting, this is a given).

My workshop starts with a fiery version of my Redesign Must Die talk, and then digs deeply into the many more effective (and less expensive) alternatives. I can pretty much assure you that what you bring back to work will be far more valuable than the $495 you paid to attend.

If you'd like to learn more, check out the session description or peruse the slides:

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