TOMORROW: IxDG NYC Event - "Violate Standards" with Josh Seiden
17 Nov 2004 - 12:09pm
10 years ago
[New news: We are working on video taping this event and making it available
on our website afterwards for thos not in the NYC area or who just can't
make it. Will announce when it is available. Thanx to Kevin in the UK for
pushing us to do this. -- dave ]
Nine rules you should always try
to break when designing
Speaker: Josh Seiden, President 36 Partners (bio below)
Date: Thursday, November 18, 2004
Time: 7:00p - 9:00p
Place: Parsons School of Design, 55 W. 13th St., 9th Floor, Parsons Design
( Bet. 5th & 6th Aves.: Closest subway is the F/V @ 14th St. and
More about Josh Seiden:
Josh is the founder and president of 36 Partners
(http://www.36partners.com/), and a respected consultant, designer, teacher
Prior to establishing 36 Partners, Josh served on the leadership team at
Cooper Interaction Design-one of the premier professional service firms of
the internet era, and the leader of the interaction design movement. At
Cooper, Josh worked on projects for clients such as IBM, 3M, Sun Healthcare
Systems (now called Shared Healthcare Systems), and managed Cooper's SAP
account, which at the time was Cooper's largest account. While at Cooper, he
designed both hardware and software products, including products for the
space industry, enterprise resource planning products, marketing automation
systems, meeting room tools, data warehousing tools, and healthcare systems.
Before Cooper, Josh developed consumer-focused computer accessories at
Kensington, where his passion for user experience work began. At Kensington,
Josh worked on ergonomic mice and trackballs and managed the development of
Kensington's MouseWorks software, which won numerous industry awards under
What is the IxDG?
The Interaction Design Group (IxDG), is an an international community of
people who are practicing, teaching and studying interaction design.
A special thank you to the Parsons School of Design, Design Lab for their
generousity in hosting this event.
For more information about the IxDG and IxD please visit our web site at http://ixdg.org/ You can also e-mail us at nyc (at) ixdg (dot) org.