Reminder: NYC IxDA Event: Adam Greenfield Discusses Ubiquitous Computing March 9 @ 6:30 pm
6 Mar 2006 - 12:18pm
7 years ago
Our March NYC IxDA is this Thursday evening. We still have a few
spots available, so RSVP to nyc at ixda.org if you'd like to join us.
We'll have some snacks and schmoozing before and (briefly) after the
event. All the event details are below.
Adam Greenfield Discusses Ubiquitous Computing
From smart buildings that subtly adapt to the changing flow of
visitors, to gesture-based interfaces like the ones seen in Minority
Report, computing no longer looks much like it used to. Increasingly
invisible but present everywhere in our lives, computing has moved
off the desktop and out into everyday life–affecting almost every one
of us. In this talk, Greenfield will explain how such "information
processing dissolving in behavior" is reshaping our lives.
When: Thursday, March 9, 2006, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Parsons Design Lab
55 W. 13th St. on the 9th Floor
(map info: http://tinyurl.com/b26u2 )
F, V, L at 14th & 6th Ave.
N, Q, R, W, 4, 5,6, or L at 14th & Broadway
Free (If you'd like to donate to IxDA to help grow the organization
so we can have more great events, you may do so at http://www.ixda.org.)
We have about 50 spaces available for this event, so to secure your
space, please RSVP to nyc (at) ixda (dot) org with your name and
email address. If you are bringing guests, please send us each
guests’ name and email address so that we can email them as well.
ABOUT ADAM GREENFIELD
Adam Greenfield is principal of the New York City-based design
consultancy Studies and Observations. He was previously lead
information architect for the Tokyo office of Razorfish.
His award-winning personal site can be found at www.v-2.org and his
new book, Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing, will be
in stores later this year.
The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is a non-profit
professional organization whose focus is promoting both the field of
interaction design and the interests of an international community of
practitioners, managers, educators, and students of interaction
design. Our organization’s goals are to:
- Communicate the unique perspective that interaction design brings
to both industry and the broader design community
- Promote awareness of the discipline, craft, and value of
interaction design among business leaders, academia, consumers, and
- Advance the discipline of interaction design by encouraging the
adoption of innovative methods
- Encourage and recommend high standards of practice among
interaction design professionals
- Help establish standards for academic programs in interaction design
- Develop an active, close-knit community of interaction design
For more information about IxDA, or if you are interested in getting
involved, contact us at nyc (at) ixda (dot) org or visit our web site