Writing for the Web - Melbourne Workshop

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Date & Registration

  • Tuesday 27th September 2005 Workshop Full
    9am to 5.00pm
  • $450 per participant plus GST
    ($495 incl GSTof $45)
    5% discount applies for groups of 4 or more from the same organisation
  • Lunch will be provided

Venue

Hotel Y
489 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne

Outline

Focused on enhancing the usability and accessibility of your web content, this hands-on workshop will teach you how to improve your content and communicate effectively with your readers.

Writing for the Web is aimed at anyone who produces, maintains or approves content for the web, including writers, editors, administrative and secretarial staff, website managers and web-content managers.

Overview

Writing for the Web is a full day workshop that covers:

  • The importance of web content
  • Understanding how people read and interact with content on the web
  • The foundations of good content
  • Key strategies for writing web content
  • Techniques for micro-content and longer documents

A series of exercises form part of the workshop. To get the most out of the course participants need to bring sample content from their website:

  • 3-6 short to medium length pages (a few screens); do not bring home pages or pages
    whose primary purpose is navigation
  • 1-2 longer pages (policies, procedures, process documents, reports, etc.)

A printed 100+ page booklet of course notes, resources and exercises is provided.

Testimonials

"This is one of the few courses I have ever been on where I thought it was worth my time because I can utilise it!"

"Excellent information, excellent notes. The presenter was a large part of why the course was useful and interesting."

About the presenter

Dey Alexander is a Usability Specialist at Monash University. She leads a user interface design consulting team who work on improving the design of a range of websites and applications.

Dey has been involved in website design and development for over 10 years, working mainly in the tertiary education sector. She has run numerous workshops and training sessions on web usability and accessibility.

Conditions

  • After NILS receives your registration, you will receive an email confirmation of registration and workshop time and location
  • All cancellations must be made in writing
  • You have the benefit of transferring or cancelling your booking without charge, provided seven (7) working days notice has been given.
  • In the event that you need to cancel or transfer your booking and are unable to provide seven (7) working days notice the full fee will apply. NILS is committed to meeting certain costs, which are non-refundable. Therefore, we know you will understand that with late cancellations/transfers the full fee will be automatically invoiced to all our clients
  • Each "No-Show" will be billed for the full cost of the course
  • NILS reserves the right to cancel a class, without penalty, for reasons beyond our control

For further information, please contact Andrew Arch at 03 9864 9282, or [email protected]


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