IxDA is pleased to announce that Interaction14 will take place in Amsterdam – Europe’s melting pot of design and creativity. Get ready for four value packed days of workshops, presentations, social events and networking. The dates are February 5 - 8, 2014.
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Early registration begins today at 4pm (CEST). A limited number of early bird conference tickets are available. Register now.
Hi everyone, UXconference - www.uxcon.com- is the biggest swiss conference on web and mobile dedicated to the new business trends in the field of user-centred experience UXconference is a special event, unique in Switzerland and in northern Italy, that collects inspiration talks on User Experience offered by the best specialists both in industry and reserach.
I am pleased to formally open the Call for Proposals for cities in North America interested in hosting the 2015 Interaction conference -- the annual conference of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA).
Anna Meroni from the Politecnico di Milano is joining the panel discussion, The Long View of Interaction Design, happening on Monday, 8 April, on the eve of Salone de Mobile in Milan. Dr Meroni is assistant professor at the INDACO (Industrial Design, Arts, Communication and Fashion) Department, a Training and Research Centre in Design.
The Digital Life Podcast, produced by Involution Studios has released their most recent episode, a discussion with Suzanne El-Moursi (chair of IxD13) and Alok Nandi (chair of IxD14) about the recent conferece in Toronto and the upcoming conference in Amsterdam next year.
Just to let you know that the UXLx Lightning Talks submission process is underway. If you're coming to UXLX and you're excited about a new technique you came up with, have interesting case studies to show or just want to share your extensive experience in a niche topic, this is your platform. And yes, you'll be joining a fantastic programme and the best speakers around.
I work in a small high tech group at a R&D company. We are developing some interactive systems for a heads-up display, and I'm looking to get feedback on my design work. Basically our options right now are to publish to big academic conferences like CHI or UIST, or basically keep totally quiet. The problem is that our work is not JUST scientific or JUST academic, but also we have more visual and interactive design stuff that communities like CHI don't critique the same way that say a community on behance.net would criticize.