NN/g's Usability Week helps you get up to speed on user experience best practices so you can create successful interfaces.
Training Courses at London Usability Week
You can select one course per day. Each course runs from 9am until 5pm.
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Saturday November 7, 2015
Be an effective UX professional: Know the lingo and sell the process
Sunday November 8, 2015
Essential UX Design Principles for Small-Screen Websites and Apps
Interaction patterns and special user experience techniques for data-rich user interfaces
The impact of social context on an individual's behavior
Do-it-yourself user tests: Plan, conduct, and analyze your own studies, using in-person, remote, or online methods
Usability techniques and strategies to maximize your impact when you are the sole UX specialist on your project or in your organization
Monday November 9, 2015
Usability for Responsive Web Design and Other Approaches to Designing Websites for Multiple Devices
More patterns, plus tactics for information architecture, visualizations, content, and user testing
Business value and processes behind a successful content strategy
Organize and structure information to improve findability and discoverability
Learn how to effectively communicate UX design ideas and research findings to managers, collaborators, and other stakeholders
Tuesday November 10, 2015
UX metrics and quantitative usability studies to measure the effectiveness and business value of your design
Integrating user experience best practices into Agile or Lean processes
Use formats and guidelines to create strong cross-media content and define your tone of voice
Menu Styles and UI Components for Effective Navigation
Enterprise UX strategies to increase employee productivity, communication, and satisfaction
Wednesday November 11, 2015
The most important usability findings for improving website ROI, based on thousands of user studies worldwide
Basic components and patterns of mobile design
Successfully turn user data into user interfaces. Learn how to create, maintain and utilize personas throughout the UX design process.
Innovative trends that impact the user experience
Apply psychology principles to predict and explain how your customers think and act
Thursday November 12, 2015
Learn how to systematically ideate and solve almost any UX design challenge.
Advance into more challenging design solutions for mobile
Convince people to stay on your site, believe it, and take desirable actions
Web content for the way your audience thinks and behaves
Build and leverage a corporate UX team
Friday November 13, 2015
Helping UX practitioners understand how to incorporate web analytics into their work
Quick and cost-effective technique for identifying major usability issues early with sketches and paper. Perfect fit for Agile and Lean processes
Learn key human-computer interaction (HCI) research findings, and how you can apply them to UX design problems
Create exemplary college websites with limited resources and organizational challenges
How to pick the best UX research method for each stage in the development process
Tuition: Pay-by-the-day pricing
You can sign up for only one day or as many as 7. It all depends on the courses you'd like to take.
|Pay-by-the-Day Pricing||1 Day||2 Days||3 Days||4 Days||5 Days||6 Days||7 Days|
|Early registration until October 9||£509||£929||£1299||£1649||£1979||£2299||£2599|
|Advance registration until November 6||£566||£1032||£1443||£1832||£2199||£2554||£2888|
|Regular registration until November 13||£716||£1182||£1593||£1982||£2349||£2704||£3038|
Prices shown here are in British Pounds (GBP). Prices are valid until 5 pm on the dates listed above. Not including mandatory 20% VAT
Conference Hotel Accommodations
Nielsen Norman Group has negotiated a discounted room rate at The Bloomsbury Hotel of £239 per night inclusve of VAT and continental breakfast, valid between the 6th and 13th of November, 2015 and is subject to availability. A hotel discount code will be provided upon completion of the registration process. We recommend that you book as early as possible.
Training courses completed at this event may be applied toward UX Certification, provided that the related exams are passed within 35 calendar days of the final day of this event. NN/g will email all participants within one week after this event with instructions about how to take exams and pay exam administrative fees. Read more about UX Certification.
Your registration is not complete until full payment is received. If your company requires an invoice, please use either the printable invoice or the e-mail confirmation you will receive following online registration. Both will include the dates, the events you have registered for, and the conference fee. The Nielsen Norman Group has contracted Professional Conference and Project Management, a conference-management firm, to handle all billing and customer service for this event.
Cancellation, Substitution, and Refund Policy
If you must cancel after registering, your registration fee will be refunded less a 20% handling fee, provided that written notice of cancellation is received by 16 October, 2015. After that, the refund is 50%. No refunds will be granted after 23 October, 2015, but we will accept a substitute attendee if we receive a written note from the registered attendee stating his or her intention to transfer registration to a named individual. Email email@example.com with cancellation, substitution, or refund requests.
Speaker Substitutions and Course Cancellations
We reserve the right to substitute speakers, cancel seminars, or cancel the entire event. In such cases, our liability is limited to refunding the registration fees you have paid for the affected days. Speakers may need to be substituted in case of illness, accidents, airline problems, or other issues that prevent a scheduled speaker from presenting as planned. We will endeavor to get a substitute speaker, but this may not always be possible because of the expertise required and the short notice available in most such cases.