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Peter March
2009

IxDA New York Summer Social

Summer's not over. There's still time left to play! Join IxDA NYC for some interactive discussion and summer fun at the Shake Shack in Madison Square Park on Wednesday, August 4th. Plus, meet the IxDA New York local leaders and give us your thoughts on our past, present and future programming!
Peter March
2009

Innovation Made Physical: Bodystorming with Dennis Schleicher

IxDA NYC is pleased to present two bodystorming workshops with Dennis Schleicher on Saturday, August 7th. Bodystorming is a participatory method for demonstrating or developing ideas in a physical setting.  Team members will explore ideas and interactions physically, using props such as maps or photos to give a sense of place.

10 May 2010 - 2:47pm
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Karl Herler
2010

NYC IxDA - Dave Malouf - The State of Interaction Design

 

 

IxDA co-founder David Malouf and guests Ted Booth and Jennifer Bove engage the NYC community in a discussion of the state of interaction design. Topics covered include General IxD Practice, Sketching and Prototyping, Education, Richness and Openness, and Defining The Damn Thing. David’s guests include Ted Booth, Interaction Design Director at Smart Design, and Jennifer Bove, Vice President of Interaction Design at HUGE, Inc.

 

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10 Nov 2009 - 8:10am
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NYC IxDA
2008

IxDA NYC presents Steve Portigal "Yes, My Iguana Loves to Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Collaboration" - Just a few seats left!

There are just a few seats left for Steve Portigal "Yes, My Iguana Loves to
Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Collaboration.

Register Now: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/458927665/

*An interactive evening with Steve Portigal :*

*"Yes, My Iguana Loves to Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Collaboration"*

Improv is not "stand-up comedy." It's a series of games with rules that
offer huge degrees of freedom within a set of constraints.

1 Jun 2009 - 9:08pm
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NYC IxDA
2008

[Event] IxDA NYC June 18 - Design Strategy: Building Concentric Circles of Connection

RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/nyc-ixda-june

IxDA NYC invites you to our June 2009 event:
Design Strategy: Building Concentric Circles of Connection
A discussion and working session with ROGER MADER and JAKE SAMUELSON

Please join us for the following discussion and working session to apply a
tiered strategy to your interaction design challenges in a variety of
applications. Noble Desktop will be raffling off a free, 3-day computer
graphics training class!

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Interaction is connection.

5 Dec 2008 - 11:10pm
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NYC IxDA
2008

[Event Reminder] NYC - Wed. 12/10 - David Malouf and Friends on “The State of IxD Today” at Bloomberg

If you haven't yet registered to attend "The State of IxD Today" at
Bloomberg, you don't want to miss this very special event!

IxDA co-founder David Malouf and guest colleagues Ted Booth (IxD Director at
Smart Design) and Jennifer Bove (V.P.

23 Nov 2008 - 5:49pm
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NYC IxDA
2008

Annual NYC UX Community Holiday Party: Tues. Dec. 16, 2008

It's time once again to join with your peers and meet new friends at the
Annual NYC UX Community Holiday Party.

19 Nov 2008 - 11:09pm
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MJ Broadbent
2010

[Event] DETAILS: Wed. December 10 -- IxDA NYC's David Malouf and guests discuss

Please join us at a very special December event:

IxDA co-founder David Malouf and guest colleagues will engage the NYC
community in a discussion of the state of interaction design today.
Topics covered will include General IxD Practice, Sketching and
Prototyping, Education, Richness and Openness, and Defining The Damn
Thing.

10 Nov 2008 - 11:41pm
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NYC IxDA
2008

[Event] SAVE THE DATE: Wed. December 10 -- IxDA NYC's David Malouf and guests discuss "The State of IxD Today" -- hosted by Bloomberg

IxDA co-founder David Malouf and special guest colleagues will engage the
NYC community in a discussion of the state of interaction design today.
Topics covered will include General IxD Practice, Sketching and Prototyping,
Education, Richness and Openness, and Defining The Damn Thing.

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