New Monthly UX Show & Tell!

14 Oct 2013 - 7:11pm
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Jeff Kraemer

Hello to Toronto's best and brightest designers!

We’re launching a monthly UX Show & Tell event, starting this month on October 29th at the Firkin near King and Spadina. We’re looking for submissions from the Toronto interaction design community to show off your best work.

We’ve hosted some fun Show & Tell events in the past, but we’re trying something a little different: smaller-scale, more regular events around town. And with smaller events like this, you can share your work and get feedback with a more intimate group of peers.

Want to share your most interesting web, mobile and service design work? Think our community might be interested? Grab a free Presenter ticket. And if you want to see what Toronto’s interaction design community is up to, and learn from community experience, but don’t feel up to presenting just yet, there are free Attendee tickets available, too.

If you’d like to present, you should be willing to show and explain your work in a 5-minute presentation, and then take questions from the group for five minutes about what insights you’ve learned through the course of the project.  During the event, each attendee will have a vote on which presented piece of work they think is best. (The winner will get a cool little prize.)

At the end of the year, we'll have an event where the community can choose the overall winner of the best local piece of interaction design, and IXDA Toronto will provide the fee for entry into the Interaction Design Awards 2015.

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, we want to hear from you!

Tickets will be limited, with a maximum of 5 presenters and 10 additional non-presenters per event. Reserve your spot here:

Don't worry if you can't get a ticket this time. We aim to have a regular cadence to these smaller Show & Tells, so if you miss this one, another will be along soon.

We hope to see you and your best work. Join us at 7:00 p.m. on October 29th, 2013. at The Firkin on King at 461 King Street, just west of Spadina.


16 Oct 2013 - 9:40am

I've got some great material on persuasive psychology and interactive design, with some nice case studies. But should I bring printouts, power point slides, or just talk about it?

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