Until March 14, Free Access to Last Year’s Web App Masters Tour Show

Lauren Cramer

March 10th, 2011

We’re celebrating this year’s Web App Masters Tour fantastic program by giving everyone access to last year’s great show. The recordings and slide decks contain great information like dealing with complex navigation, integrating social components, moving away from static forms, and using design patterns.

You’ll hear from top web app masters like Luke Wroblewski, Hagan Rivers, Bill Scott, Stephen Anderson, and Jared Spool. And you’ll get the details on Facebook, Twitter, 37signals, and Marriott Corporation’s design process.

How To Get the Free Recordings?

It’s easy. Just submit your email by March 14, 11:59 PM PT and you’ll get last year’s Web App Masters Tour talks and materials for free. No tricks, no quantity limits. We’ll send you an email with details on how to access this bundle of goodness.

Details on This Year’s Web App Masters Tour

After listening to last year’s talks, you’ll be itching join us this year in Philadelphia, Seattle, or Minneapolis.

More than half the conference focuses on mobile design, including Luke Wroblewski discussing mobile strategy, Josh Clark explaining the differences between mobile native apps and browser-based applications, and I’ll be looking at how mobile affects UX. And you’ll discover how emotionally connecting with your users and spending time with them can dramatically change how they use your applications. Plus you’ll hear case studies from Faceboook, PatientsLikeMe, SalesForce.com, AARP, and Netflix.

Get all the details on this year’s tour at UIETour.com. Use the promotion code RECORDINGS and pay just $795 when you register by March 24

Now hurry and get last year’s bundle of goodness before 11:59 pm on March 14.

2 Responses to “Until March 14, Free Access to Last Year’s Web App Masters Tour Show”

  1. carl myhill Says:


    Sorry to miss the deadline on this – dont suppose you could still give us access? We have bought some virtual seminars and are considering buying the whole library to help us with training. Be great to have a few more resources to show off to help with the pitch.



  2. Kathy Grove Says:

    I have the same request as Carl. Got a late start planning and need persuading myself.

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