Interaction design pioneer Bill Verplank joins keynote series for IxDA’s Interaction11 conference

15 Sep 2010 - 1:25pm
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Josh Damon Williams
2007

Howdy interaction designers and the people who love them! 

Bill Verplank--a man known for sketching as he talks--has a long career spanning design, research, and education. He spent time at Xerox on The Desktop Metaphor, worked with Bill Moggridge at IDTwo & IDEO pioneering our field, innovated design methods, researched haptics, and lots more. He’s also spent many years educating and lecturing on human factors, user-interface design, and most recently “new music controllers” at Stanford’s CCRMA... And lots more! 

Read MJ’s announcement on the blog:http://www.ixda.org/interaction/news/2010/09/announcing-keynote-bill-verplank/

We’ll be announcing complete details of the conference on October 1st, after which we expect the conference to quickly sell out. Not to mention the price goes up November 1st. So, if you haven’t registered yet, you really really should.http://www.ixda.org/interaction/reg.html

See you in Boulder!
Josh Damon Williams
Co-marketing chair
@joshdamon
@ixdconf

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