New York IxDA

Message to the group

The IxDA New York City local group organizes monthly presentations and workshops for people interested in interaction design. Our events gather together a vibrant community of professionals who design interactive systems, services and products of all kinds: web, desktop, enterprise, mobile, consumer electronics, digitally-enhanced environments, and more. Our programming is created by a passionate group of local leader volunteers and realized through the generosity of speakers, sponsors, and host partners. While our events cater to the interaction design community, all are welcome.

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Peter March

Innovation Made Physical: Bodystorming with Dennis Schleicher

IxDA NYC is pleased to present two bodystorming workshops with Dennis Schleicher on Saturday, August 7th. Bodystorming is a participatory method for demonstrating or developing ideas in a physical setting.  Team members will explore ideas and interactions physically, using props such as maps or photos to give a sense of place.

1 Jun 2010 - 11:34pm
5 years ago
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Kofi Aidoo

Call for Volunteers

Hi all,

I volunteer for a Charity Kite Flying event called FlyNY which is sponsored by NY Parks and Recreation and Architecture for Humanity( and I was hoping to recruit a volunteer or two to help me build a registration site. At the moment we doin't have very much support for web services and it would really help streamline the process if we could code our registration form ito web format and have a small database behind it.

The event website is here:  

27 May 2010 - 6:33am
5 years ago
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John Labriola

Designs Pattern Workshop: Presented by IxDA NYC and NYC UPA

Learn how to design patterns in this hands-on interactive workshop. Conducted in a collaborative setting each team will solve a design problem using their design skills in conjunction with a design pattern library/tool. Then we'll come together as a group and discuss your solution and what your experience was like using that library.