On October 15 and October 16 I'll be facilitating a workshop and giving the opening keynote talk at Norway's premier user experience conference Yggdrasil 2007 in Lillehammer, Norway.
Here's a summary of my keynote:
Designing for Web 2.0
"What does the growth of search, social applications and participatory culture really mean for the practicing designer? What behaviors do designers need to address that they didn't before? Luke Wroblewski addresses these questions and more with an overview of important online trends and their impact on the visual and interaction design of Web services and products."
And a summary of the half-day workshop I'll be giving:
Site Seeing: Communicating successfully through Design
"In this half-day seminar, Luke Wroblewski, will share practical insights and strategies for boosting your site's presentation and delighting your users. The more emphasis you place on communicating visually, the easier it is for people to understand and use your interface designs. Through a series of presentations, interactive discussions, and hands-on exercises, Luke will teach you the core design principles that will affect your site's success."
Hope to see some of you there.