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Get a 15% discount to DelveUI in NYC


I’m very excited to be attending DelveUI on August 5-6 in NYC, and even more excited that I get to give away a 15% discount on the $595 registration fee to the first 15 people to comment on this post.

Delve:UI – A 2-Day Masterclass on Designing User Interfaces

August 5-6, 2009 (Wed-Thurs), 8am-6:30pm
13 Speakers. 1 Topic. 2 Days. 150 Attendees.

Interactive designers, web designers, interface designers are all invited to a one-of-a-kind (web) design micro-conference. Held in Brooklyn, NYC at the Pfizer Auditorium on the NYU Poly Campus, DelveUI is a two-day series of workshops and presentations to help you learn the ins and outs of creating beautiful, strong and useful web interfaces with a killer lineup of masters in the craft.

DELVE:UI will be limited to only 150 attendees to ensure the micro-conference format and to encourage audience interaction with the speakers.

Want one of Pleasure and Pain’s 15% discounts on registration? Say so in the comments on this post. I am strictly limited to 15 people, so be sure to speak up quickly.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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  • http://allisterklingensmith.com/openID/index.php allister klingensmith

    gah – another great looking set of speakers. gah in regards to wanting to spend thousands a year attending…

  • http://twitter.com/adamconnor adam connor

    Hoping to go to this, but haven't gotten approved yet. Hope to see you there if management comes through for me.

  • http://xhipi.com/ Matthew Oliphant

    Cool! I'll be there, too.

    Can I sit next to you? :P

  • JoeCarpinelli_UX_at_Siemens

    Whitney –

    I recently began managing a small User Experience team at Siemens Corporate Research in Princeton, NJ. Quite a bit outside my training (Ph.D. in Physics), but I have a strong team and rely on them extensively. I'm doing my best to climb the learning curve as quicklky as possible. I read many of your columns / writings and learned a great deal… thanks! Particularly enjoyed “10 most common misconceptions about UX design”.

    I cannot attend 8/5,6, but perhaps one of my team can.

    Best reagrds,