NYC thanks Luke Williams, Icon Nicholson, and all event attendees

25 Jul 2008 - 1:03pm
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MJ Broadbent
2010

NYC IxDA sends out kudos to Luke Williams of frog design, who gave a
superb presentation last night to a standing-room-only, overflow crowd
of 75 attendees. Our deep appreciation also goes to event host, Icon
Nicholson. The group was enthralled by Luke's thought-provoking
discussion on how humans interact with shapes and objects at a
fundamental, cognitive level. Last but not least, a big thanks to
everyone from our vibrant local community who came out to participate!

See you next time: Wednesday, September 17th when Dan Saffer of
Adaptive Path will present "Tap is the New Click" from his upcoming
new book. (Details to follow.)

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25 Jul 2008 - 2:30pm
John Chin
2008

Thanks to MJ and the rest of the organizing committee and hosts for this
event.
I appreciate all of the effort in making it all happen!
Yours,
John Chin

On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 2:03 PM, MJ Broadbent <mj at mjbroadbent.com> wrote:

> NYC IxDA sends out kudos to Luke Williams of frog design, who gave a superb
> presentation last night to a standing-room-only, overflow crowd of 75
> attendees. Our deep appreciation also goes to event host, Icon Nicholson.
> The group was enthralled by Luke's thought-provoking discussion on how
> humans interact with shapes and objects at a fundamental, cognitive level.
> Last but not least, a big thanks to everyone from our vibrant local
> community who came out to participate!
>
> See you next time: Wednesday, September 17th when Dan Saffer of Adaptive
> Path will present "Tap is the New Click" from his upcoming new book.
> (Details to follow.)
>
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