From Business to Buttons: a usability conference

If you’re fed up with all the geeky Web design/developer conferences, how about visiting the Swedish city of Malmö in June to attend a usability conference? From Business to Buttons is a two day conference arranged by usability specialists inUse in cooperation with Malmö University.

Among the speakers at the conference, which takes place on June 14-15 2007, are well-known names such as Brandon Schauer and Ben Saffer from Adaptive Path and and Kim Goodwin from Cooper. There will also be a case study of the New York Times redesign, a chance to learn some secrets from the Yahoo! User Experience Design team, and much more. Full details are available in Keynotes, Seminars & Workshops.

If this sounds good, register now while there are places left.

Posted on March 21, 2007 in Conferences, Quicklinks, Usability

Comments

  1. Thanks for the tip, I will be there!

  2. Any discounts available? Prices seem to be quite steep.

  3. Agreed. I’m a student and this conference seem amazing. Futhermore, I live in Malmö(!) and therefore it feels like a once in a million chance.

    However, the price is not affordable at the moment.

  4. March 27, 2007 by Roger Johansson (Author comment)

    No discounts as far as I’m aware. Try the Contact page and ask - you may get lucky :-).

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