I’m proud to be part of William Hudson’s UX Fest in London in February 2011. We’re planning 4 workshops in all:
- Dynamic User Experience: Ajax Design & Usability, 07-Feb-11 (William Hudson)
- Agile User Experience & UCD, 08-Feb-11 (William Hudson)
- Designing Web Navigation, 09-Feb-11 (James Kalbach)
- Faceted Search & Beyond, 10-Feb-11 (James Kalbach)
There are several ways to get a discount:
- Early bird price
- 3-for-2 special
- Or book all 4 workshops for a single price.
I’ll be giving two day-long workshops:
Workshop 1 – Designing Web Navigation
Wednesday February 9, 2011, Central London (James Kalbach)
This full-day workshop covers principles of web navigation and methods of navigation design with practical examples and exercises. Participants should have some experience creating or maintaining websites but are looking to deepen their design skills.
- Principles of navigation
- Scent of information
- Elements of navigation: mechanisms, types and pages
- Cores and Paths
Workshop 2 – Faceted Search & Beyond
Thursday February 10, 2011, Central London (James Kalbach)
Faceted navigation has become very popular in the last decade. It’s seen as way to improve the findability of information on many sites, particularly those with large collections of products or documents. The design of real-world faceted navigation systems, however, proves to be more intricate than people first assume, and designers must be aware of many details.
This workshop covers principles of faceted classification and shows you how to use facets in web design. Many examples of faceted navigation will be presented and discussed. A clear, structured framework for understanding the individual components is presented to help you understand all the decisions involved. The topics are brought to life through several hands-on exercises.
- Facet analysis
- Implementing facets
- Interface design using facets
- Advanced topics including SEO, selecting multiple values, grouping, and more
Audience for both workshops:
- Beginner to intermediate web designers, including interaction designers, graphic designers, and information architects
- Usability experts looking to improve web design skills
- Project managers, product mangers, and others working in related roles seeking to better understand web navigation design, who also have some experience creating websites.
Workshops In German
In April 2011, I’ll also be giving workshops on similar topics in German in Hamburg. See the “Workshops” link on my blog (to the right) for more details.