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Tuesday 11/11: Yeah, Our Website Sucks...What Can We Do About it?

From: user 3.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 9:01 PM
We're on for next Tuesday! Come by Affinity Lab at 7pm on 11/11 for drinks, snacks, good learning and good people. RSVP here:[masked]/.

No matter the size of your organization or budget, there are some basic ideas and approaches that can help bring order out of the chaos that a website design process can be. NetSquared DC member Hunter Whitney will presentat some quick, low-cost ways to map out your website strategy and test it, drawing on established usability and design principles that anyone can adapt to their organization's needs. We'll focus on giving you key takeaways to apply to your own work.

About our speaker:

Hunter Whitney is President of Hunter Whitney & Associates, Inc., which offers information architecture, user experience design and content development consulting services for corporate, government and non-profit organizations. Hunter is also a published magazine and newspaper writer specializing in science, health and medicine. HW&A is passionate about creative problem solving in digital media.

About our sponsors:

GW's Graduate School of Political Management ( is home of the Institute for Politics Democracy & The Internet and offers weekday evening classes to accommodate working professionals who can simultaneously apply material learned in classroom to their job.

They prepare students to work in politics by imparting the tools, techniques, and real-world experience, whether they are working at the political forefront or behind the scenes. Students are taught by faculty who are practitioners in the political field. GW?s Graduate School of Political Management strives to make politics better by stressing ethical, effective political leadership at the international, national and local levels ? in a non-partisan environment.

We're also sponsored by Microsoft as they launch Windows 7. To learn about the seven ways Windows 7 can simplify your life, check out their launch site.

Getting to Affinity Lab:

[masked]th Street NW
Washington, DC

The entrance is directly next to The Diner in Adams Morgan - just hit the Affinity Lab buzzer and someone will let you in. We're on the second floor.

See you there!
Matt, Paula, Hatef and Noah

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