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Usability and Analytics Master Classes

Date Posted: Thursday, 10 February 2011 12:01
Posted By: Implementation Staff
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Elcom is proud to announce the launch of our first series of Master Classes for 2011. According to the feedback we received, the overwhelming majority of our previous Master Class attendees indicated that their greatest area of interest is within the Usability field. Consequently, our next Master Class series will focus on achieving success and positive user-experiences through Usability and Analytics.

We will have special guest speakers from the leading Australian user-centred design consultancy: Stamford Interactive. They will discuss the importance of Usability in websites and how to deliver the optimum user experience. Be sure to register as there are a limited amount of spots available!

This time in Melbourne, we've changed the format slightly and the Master Class will be run as part of the User Group. For those who wish to attend the Master Class only, this will be held from 4-5pm with a User Group Workshop to follow. After the Workshop, all attendees are invited to join us for an evening of drinks and canapes.

The Sydney Master Class, will be held on the Wednesday following the Sydney User Group. Both Sydney events will occur in the morning, and include breakfast.

For more information and to register for the events, please click the links.

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