UI11 Pricing Goes Up on Tuesday

Jared Spool

September 8th, 2006

We’re a little more than 4 weeks away from the UI11 Conference and I’m very excited. This year, we have excellent speakers and a fabulous program that will give you the foundation you need to create amazing designs.

If you’ve been thinking about signing up, this is the time to do it. After Tuesday, 9/12, the cost to register will go up by $300. Don’t miss this opportunity to attend 4 days filled with insights from the field’s greatest experts.

UI11 Conference Highlights: Enriching the Experience

Nowhere else will you have the chance to learn, share, and interact for full day seminars with today’s top design and usability experts.

We’ve recruited a fabulous group of speakers, ready to help you solve your biggest design problems. Luke Wroblewski, Nathan Shedroff, Rolf Molich, David (Heller) Malouf, Bill Scott, Sarah Bloomer, Susan Wolfe, Jeff Patton, Bryan Eisenberg, Jeffrey Eisenberg, and Gerry McGovern will make these in-depth seminars the real deal.

In addition, I know you won’t want to miss the 2006 Spotlight Presentation by none other than Barry Schwartz. Barry, the Cartwright Professor of Social Theory and Social Action at Swarthmore College, is best known for his seminal book, “The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less.” I’m betting his UI11 keynote will forever change how you approach your design work.

Sign Up by 9/12: Full-day Seminars with Premier Thought Leaders

If you register by Tuesday, September 12th, you can attend a full-day seminar with our experts for only $730. (Or register for all four days for $2,390, which saves you more than $1,300!)

Register today.

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