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Two new UX events for spring 2013

03/05/2013

p>While we’ve been hosting UX workshops for years, we’ll doing something different in 2013—we’re experimenting with some exciting new formats for educating UX professionals.

First up is a very deep dive into a critical topic—our first Responsive Design Studio, which takes place in New York City, April 29-May 1. This three-day course is literally interdisciplinary by design, conceived and taught by a dream team of authors: Sara Wachter-Boettcher, content strategist and author of Content Everywhere, Jason Cranford Teague, designer and author of CSS3 Visual Quickstart Guide, and Aaron Gustafson, developer and author of Adaptive Web Design. Each will lead a day and be on hand to “interpret” the other days. If you need to get up to speed on responsive design, this is the course for you—even more so for your team. The early bird deadline is March 30, so please register soon!

Next up is May 29, and the location is your office (or living room or yacht): 31 Awesomely Practical UX Tips, a one-day virtual event co-hosted with our friends at Environments for Humans. We grabbed six incredible experts: Steve Krug, Luke Wroblewski, Susan Weinschenk, Aarron Walter, Whitney Quesenbery, and Jeffrey Eisenberg, and asked them to provide some awesomely practical advice. They came up with 31 in all, and each nugget will directly improve your user experience practice. Tickets are available for both individuals and teams; hope you’ll spend the day with us.

We’re working on putting together some other new workshops,a and we might be taking the Responsive Design Studio on the road later this year. Best way to keep up with our plans is to follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our free newsletter, the Rosenfeld Review. Thanks!