Internet User Experience 2009 Offers Expert Insight on Web Design, Improving Web Performance
Internet User Experience 2009, which offers inspired and directional keynote presentations, multi-track interest sessions, and in-depth training on core topics for establishing and dramatically improving your web presence, will take place from March 30 to April 3 at the Washtenaw Community College Morris Lawrence Building in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
“For companies seeking a competitive advantage through the Web, Internet User Experience 2009 is a can’t-miss event,” explained keynote presenter Linda Girard, visionary and co-founder of leading Internet marketing firm Pure Visibility. “Internet User Experience 2009 will cover most aspects of Web site design and strategy, including user experience design, graphics, branding, marketing message, social networking, accessibility, effective Web writing, and enhancements that drive customers to a site.”
The conference agenda also offers multi-track interest sessions and in-depth training on core topics for establishing and dramatically improving Web presence. Internet User Experience 2009’s inspired and directional keynote presentations from leading industry experts will include Web site planning, game design, online branding and Web site optimization, and a social media “how to.”
Attendees to Internet User Experience 2009 also have the opportunity to benefit from in-depth training with mentored practice in half and whole day sessions. Full day tutorial topics include Agile use cases, mobile design, Web site optimization, creating a custom IU pattern library and usability. Half day tutorials available include developing user profiles and personas, Intranet user experience design, writing for the Web and effective Web Graphics.
Registration for Internet User Experience 2009 costs $395 before March 10 and $445 after. Discounted rates for students and members of select professional organizations are available. For more information, or to register, visit www.iue2009.com.
Those who register for Internet User Experience 2009 before March 10 will receive a copy of Dr. Susan Weinschenk’s Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click. Dr. Weinschenkan, expert on how persuasion and decision-making can be applied to the Web site design, will also be a keynote speaker at Internet User Experience 2009.
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