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Subject:Course: Product Usability For Doc Professionals From:"Jared M. Spool" <jspool -at- UIE -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 26 May 1997 22:57:43 -0500
If you are a technical writer, training developer, graphic designer,
editor, web designer, documentation manager, or information
developer, please join us for
PRODUCT USABILITY FOR DOCUMENTATION PROFESSIONALS
June 25-26, 1997
This 2-day course is designed to get you exactly where you want to go
-- to a product that your customers learn easily, use frequently, and
Previous courses have attracted attendees from all over the world.
This course will sell out -- register today!
What You'll Learn
Discover techniques that will dramatically change the way you build
products, without requiring any more time, money, or people!
+ Get the information you need to develop your documentation
much earlier in the design process, even before coding begins
+ Lead a diverse development team to consensus on key issues
in just 45 minutes
+ Gather information on how your users work and what
constraints your design needs to address
+ Incorporate the latest usability research On-line Help, Cue Cards,
Wizards, and Web Sites
+ Prevent common usability problems by focusing on a few proven
+ Conduct inexpensive usability tests to discover how your users
learn and use your product and its documentation, before the
documentation is even written
+ Dramatically improve your product's effectiveness with
simple techniques such as tips and hints
The high point of the course is our design competition. Using
everything you've learned, you'll build a fully-working product in
just a few hours. You'll apply your new-found knowledge and have a
blast collaborating with your peers!
This course is taught by Jared M. Spool and Tara Scanlon,
recognized experts in software and documentation usability.
This course costs just $620 per person, or $545 each per
person if four or more people from your company register
at the same time.
And, if you register by June 11th, you'll receive a one-year
subscription to our newsletter, Eye For Design.
Seating is limited, so register early!
We are holding Product Usability for Documentation Professionals at
the Holiday Inn Andover/Tewksbury. We have reserved a block of rooms
at a special rate for course attendees. Contact the Tewksbury
Holiday Inn (508-640-9000) before June 11th to reserve your room.
By Fax: (508) 975-5353
By Email: Courses -at- uie -dot- com
By Web: http://www.uie.com
By Phone: (800) 588-8955 or (508) 975-4343
By Mail: User Interface Engineering
800 Turnpike Street, #101
North Andover, MA 01845
___ Yes! I can't wait to attend Product Usability For Documentation
Professionals in Tewksbury, MA on June 25th & 26th, 1997 -- $620.00
per person or $545.00 each for 4 or more. I understand that if I
register before June 11th, I will receive a full year's subscription
to Eye For Design.
___ Maybe. I'd like to see the eight-page brochure which describes
the details of this course. Please fax it to the number below.
___ No, I can't attend this course. But I am interested in hearing
about future events.
___ Check enclosed (Payable to User Interface Engineering)
___ NET 15 Purchase Order # _________ (PO must be faxed with registration)
___ American Express
Substitions may be made at any time. We will accept cancellations
made two weeks before the course, subject to a $40 service charge.
Confirmed registrants who do not attend or cancel within two weeks of
the course will be elligible for enrollment in future courses at no