It’s not to late to book places on the four days of Agile, UCD, UX, Service Design and IA courses than make up UxFext. Visit http://www.syntagm.co.uk/design/schedule.shtml#uxfest
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James Kalbach and I are going to present an overview of our four one-day UxFest courses that will be running in London from 13-16 March (some of the courses will be available elsewhere, too – Brussels and at the CHI 2012 conference in Austin Texas).
The webinar will start at 12 noon GMT on Friday, 3rd February and last about an hour. We’ll cover each of the four days in turn and explain why you need to up to speed with these topics in 2012:
12:00 Welcome and Introduction
12:05 Agile User Experience and UCD (WH)
12:17 Agile Requirements and UCD (WH)
12:30 Alignment Diagrams (JK)
12:42 Faceted Navigation (JK)
12:55 Q & A
Please note that the webinar is limited to 100 participants on the day, so be sure to join early to get your place (registration is no guarantee).
To register, visit
For our Spring 2012 training schedule covering Agile, UX, UCD, IA and Service Design see the schedule and online booking form.
We’ve just launched our Spring 2012 training schedule for Agile, UX, UCD and IA courses in London and Brussels, including our popular UxFest early next year (March 2012). See the full details and book online.
Ever had a hard time selling usability or user-centred design to your technical colleagues or managers? Not sure how to fit UX & UCD activities into an Agile scrum (Brit. informal; a disorderly crowd<g>)? We have an evening talk and two one-day courses coming up on these and related challenges in November:
The Psychology of Nerdiness and Its Impact on User-Centred Design (in English; Betahaus Hamburg, 19:00 04-Nov-10)http://ixdahh.mixxt.org/networks/events/show_event.24218
Agile User Experience & UCD (in English; Empire Riverside Hotel, Hamburg, 09:00, 05-Nov-10)
Agile User Experience & UCD (in English; St Pancras, London, 09:30, 15-Nov-10)