The clever folks at Etre are putting on a series of workshops in London, October 3rd – 5th. Their aim is to help people “learn everything there is to know about user experience from the people who wrote the books on it”.
Lofty aims but there’s no doubt the line-up of authors is about as impressive as it could be:
- Anders Ramsay author of Designing with Agile presents Fast, effective UX methods that work
- Lou Rosenfeld author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web presents the wonderfully titled How to say “no” to your next redesign
- Steve Krug author of Don’t make me think presents a Do it yourself usability testing workshop
All three days look great but if I could only attend one I think I’d have to go for How to say “no” to your next redesign. How could you not with a title like that!
We’ve got both Don’t make me think and Information Architecture for the World Wide Web on our bookshelf. They’re not just must-reads, they’re resources that we continually refer to. So given who is presenting the event is fairly priced and early registration discounts are available till the 9th of September.
So if you’re interested in honing your information architecture, user experience or usability testing skills you should definitely check out Etre 2011.