Improve your print and electronic media by applying scientific findings so readers
• accurately understand,
• and recall your content.
In the new field of Cognitive-based Information, the tool used to create this kind of information is Cognitive-based Information Design (CID).
You needn’t spend a fortune or sit in class all semester; you can learn this skill in about 4 hours.
We’ll teach you how to apply CID findings to your work
Friday, February 21st, 12:00-4 pm
at MRA in Waukesha (near 164 and I-94)
Registration is now open. See below.
Doors will open at noon, we’ll dive in at 12:30, and by 4 pm you’ll be on your way home with a new skill!
How the Workshop will flow:
- What is CID?
- Why is it important?
- The science of CID.
- How to create CID documents.
- Hands-on with Participants’ projects
(Bring your laptop, notebook, or a hard-copy printout of your project with room to edit).
Send your questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’ll be happy to help.
— REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS WORKSHOP WILL CLOSE FEBRUARY 15, 2020 —