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

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

  3. Cool! I'll be there, too.

    Can I sit next to you? :P

  4. JoeCarpinelli_UX_at_Siemens says:

    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,

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