If the art-like science of information architecture mystifies or beguiles you, its time to clear the air, learn the basics, and all from the man who wrote the book. Come for a day-long seminar on Enterprise Information Architecture with Lou Rosenfeld, co-author of the best-selling book, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (aka the "Polar Bear" book).Many large organizations' websites and intranets are really just a disjointed conglomeration of hundreds of smaller sites, all controlled by different departmental fiefdoms. Lou's workshop tackles the frustrating challenge of getting a large, politically-charged, multi-departmental web environment to behave like a single, unified, user-centric web site. This all-day seminar includes a balance of lecture, discussion, exercises, handouts, and the O'Reilly "Polar Bear" book, and concludes with a lively happy hour. Content managers, information architects, webmasters, and site managers, this event is for you. Dates/Locations:
  • San Jose, CA (November 8)
  • London, UK (November 29)
Learn more. Special Package Deal The day after Lou's US seminars, web usability expert Steve Krug, author of the best-seller Don't Make Me Think!, will conduct his day-long seminar. Don’t Make Me Think: The Workshop Learn how to think like a usability expert in eight hours or less Check out the details.