This post is mostly for those of you already in Europe. I'm graduating with a BS in Human-Computer Interaction and a BA in Int'l Relations soon, and I'm really interested in just working in Europe for a little bit as a UX/Ix Designer. I have 1-2 years of design experience.
So those of you US citizens working in Europe right now, how did you end up there? How was the visa process?
I'm looking for resources on first finding a UX-related job abroad, and then information on how to do the entire legal process.
I am pleased to formally open the Call for Proposals for cities interested in hosting the 2014 Interaction conference - the annual conference of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA).
Since its inception in 2008 Interaction has grown to be a significant and must-attend event for design professionals interested in the practice and discipline of interaction design. This year's event, held in Dublin, Ireland in conjunction with the Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dun Laoghaire (IADT) attracted a record crowd in excess of 750 people from 32 countries
The IxDA Board of Directors is pleased to put out this open call for Chair of the Interaction|14 conference, to be held in Europe in February of 2014. Applications of interest are due by 30 April, 2012, 11:59 PM EST. We will confirm the successful person by 22 May, 2012.
The Interaction|12 conference was held in Dublin, Ireland on Feb 1-4. The event represents one of the major highlights of the Interaction Design calendar, and sees people from around the world gather together to connect, share and learn.
I'm searching for some good and short trainings/workshops in the field of "visual interface design" taking place in Europe. I've seen the one that Cooper offers ,it seems very good and interesting but I was looking for something closer, I live in Spain right now, and I want something around Europe.
Do you know about any course of that kind in Europe?
If you are trying to create a new local chapter in Europe, you might want to join the IxDA European Leader Network, which is the platform we are using in Europe to share information among the local leaders. There you will find information on how to start, legal issues, how to spread the word and more.
It is with great pleasure that I announce Dublin and the Institute of Art, Design & Technology (IADT) as the co-hosts for Interaction 12, the annual conference of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA).
Dublin was one of five submissions received during our open call for proposals, alongside Berlin, Delft, Helsinki and Paris. A small evaluation panel reviewed and assessed each proposal.
I read in the Board of Directors post that IxDA is in the
process of selecting a location for Interaction 12. There was a list of
locations under consideration, but I'd like to propose one I didn't see in the
The Call for Proposals to co-host Interaction 12 has now formally closed. I'd like to thank all of the groups who showed interest in the process and the opportunity to bring the IxDA's conference to their city.
Submissions will be reviewed and evaluated over the coming few days. Groups may be contacted for clarification of their proposal, but material changes to the submission will not be permitted.