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Next Tuesday night, you’ll have an opportunity to hear two usability experts talk about real-life examples and case studies, and perhaps even some live reviews, (if you’d like to submit your own site) in the February SEMpdx event.
Instead of the usual Hot Seat panel focused on nothing but SEO, two new panelists will be showing their skills:
Matthew Brown, NY Times
As Director of Search Strategy for the New York Times Company since 2005, Matthew Brown continues to drive the research and technology side of the search marketing effort for the Times, the Boston Globe (Boston.com) and the International Herald Tribune.
Matthew is responsible for the architecture and execution of solutions that deliver a more engaged audience to these online properties.
Melissa Casburn, ISITE Design
With 12 years of experience as a web strategist, information architect, project manager, and instructional designer, Melissa can get a lot done in a day.
Comfortable in both corporate and agency environments, she helps much-loved companies bask in the glow by adding stickiness to their sites.
She’s good at spreading the love too, creating experiences that inform, connect, and empower users.
As the Director of User Experience for ISITE Design, she leads a team of web strategists, information architects and content strategists whose focus is helping clients create and protect their competitive advantage online.
Are you brave enough to have your site critiqued in front of others? Maybe you just like to see others squirm? Maybe you just want to enhance your own knowledge, and stop making the same mistakes on your own site.