In-house training courses are custom-tailored to fit your team’s requirements, and build unified focus and understanding for your entire team.
Many of the courses taught at our Usability Week training events can be taught at your location and customized to fit your unique offerings, methods and resources.
In-house training is ideal for:
$9,000 USD per day. Travel expenses, if applicable, are extra. Prices are quoted for USA and Canada. For rates in other countries please contact us.
General UX Courses
UX Basic Training
The Human Mind and Usability
Cross-Channel User Experience
Application Design for Web & Desktop
Interaction Design: 3-day course
User Interface Principles Every Designer Should Know
In this intensive 3-day workshop your team will work side-by-side with an NN/g expert to learn and understand how to do user testing, including:
After the workshop, your team will have in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience conducting usability tests, and will have all the tools and skills to run tests on their own in the future. Plus you have the findings from a real, live usability study of your own website or other design project, which is used as the case study throughout the workshop.
Because of the hands-on nature of this course, it is best suited for a fairly small group of up to 10-12 people. (More can be accommodated if needed, but smaller is better in this case.)
Email us with your project details for more specifics about our services:
Or call us at +1 (415) 682-0688
"The NN/g training was both instructional for inexperienced individuals and stimulating for more experienced people. I’m confident that the training will improve the user experience of our website." — Dave Scheirer, Manager, Interactive Marketing Strategy at Esri
"We work at a major research university and we're expected to base our work on data. Nielsen Norman Group introduced us to the concepts of usability testing and then trained our staff to implement those concepts. Their methods are based on rigorous research drawn from many fields of social and hard science. When we've adhered to the rules we learned from NNG, we've been successful. When we've veered away from those rules, not so much." — Steve Maravetz, Director of New Media at University of Iowa Health Care
"NN/g brought a vast amount of best practice advice and examples and taught our various campus representatives skills to write and lay out usable content…This allowed us to implement an effective small group to design and manage the academy web strategy, yet leverage the entire campus to create excellent, tested and usable content. Thank you Nielsen Norman Group."— Scott Wade, Director of Information Technology Services (ITS) at The University of Montana Western