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Your web site or intranet has major problems, and everyone knows it. Worse, it's been that way for a very, very long time.
Occasionally someone tries to do something about it. Senior leaders typically start with the insanely ambitious goal to "fix it once and for all". The result? They throw a few pieces of expensive technology at the problem, or they launch a huge redesign initiative that distracts everyone for a year or two and often results in minimal, cosmetic improvements.
You, however, will continue to be stuck dealing with the mess, condemned to repeat this painful cycle every few years. Unless you attend my workshop. I've been at this for over 15 years; I've seen (and will show you) more realistic and effective techniques for improving your site's performance that will cost far less than redesigns.
You can't make your site perfect, but you can make it much better: let me show you how to tune your information architecture.
The day will include:
Get a taste of what we'll cover: view the full presentation (via SlideShare).
What you'll learn:
Who Should Attend
Information architects, content strategists, user researchers, designers, UX team managers, and anyone who is responsible for managing and improving a large web site or intranet.
About the Speaker
Lou Rosenfeld is an information architecture consultant and founder of Rosenfeld Media, a publisher of short, practical user experience books. He has helped numerous Fortune 500s and other large, messy, political enterprises make their information easier to find. Lou is co-author of the best-selling Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (O'Reilly & Associates; 3rd edition, 2006) regarded as the bible of information architecture, and Search Analytics for Your Site: Conversations with Your customers (Rosenfeld Media, 2011). He is co-founder of the Information Architecture Institute and user experience book publisher Rosenfeld Media. More about Lou.
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These good folks are generously sponsoring our Fall 2011 workshops:
September 9, 2011
September 26, 2011
October 4, 2011
Contact us to schedule this workshop to be taught onsite at your organization
Each of my workshops is part of a three-day package.
Steve Krug will teach Do-It-Yourself Usability Testing: The Workshop in Washington, DC (September 7), Seattle (September 27), and London (October 5).
Indi Young will teach Mental Models: Aligning Design Strategy with Human Behavior in Washington, DC (September 8).
Steve Portigal will teach Interviewing Users: Spinning Data into Gold in Seattle (September 28).
Anders Ramsay will teach Designing With Agile: Fast, Effective UX Methods that Work in London (October 3).
Multi-day discounts You can take all three workshops in DC or Seattle for just $995 (early registration). Three days for the price of two!
In London, take any two days for just £873, or £1,309 for all three.