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to tell you all. Is it strange to get this excited about training Axure? Not really, at least for Evantage folks.
Ever since Fred Beecher started to extol the virtues of Axure in 2005 (well, mostly since we started listening to what he was saying,
some time in 2007), we have loved how easy it is to create interactive prototypes using this tool.
Axure helps us easily communicate a design to clients, it makes usability testing more realistic, and it allows us to include our requirements in the prototype for business analysts and developers. Then Fred went
and developed a half-day workshop for the 2007 IA Summit. It sold out, and the folks at Axure asked him to start traveling the country, training companies to use this awesome tool. That’s worked out so well that Fred brought me—and now we’re bringing Jeff Harrison—into the training fold.
Alongside the regular project work we do, we love sharing what we learn. Often, our students have some great idea that earns them a high five during class and an update to our training materials.
So, if you want to learn more about Axure, join Jeff and me on Wednesday, November 3, for the Basic Axure Training and Thursday, November 4, for the Advanced Prototyping class at Aloft in Minneapolis, MN. Each class is $600, but taking both will give you a 20% discount off the total cost. Bring an Axure project you’re working on, or a project you think
would convert well to Axure. We’ll see what you’ve done so far and help you make your document more efficient, or talk you through the best way to convert it. High fives all around!
For more information,
If you would like to join us for this event, REGISTER HERE