IxDA Ireland “Interaction with Industry” - Afternoon Session @ iHCI 2010

Séamus T. Byrne
2010
Event date: 
September 2, 2010 - 8:00am - 11:30am
Dublin City University's Nursing building
Dublin
http://www.clarity-centre.org/iHCI2010/location/travel
Ireland
IxDA Dublin
Event description: 

The aim of the IxDA Ireland industry session at iHCI 2010 is to bring together practitioners, academics, researchers and students to foster innovative discussions that relate to frontline issues in Human Computer Interaction and Interaction Design. This year, the focus is on issues concerning the boundaries between academia and industry, and the boundaries between designers, stakeholders and people.

The industry session is organised by IxDA Ireland, which comprises of IxDA Dublin and IxDA Limerick local groups. These groups promote and encourage activities relating to interaction design in the Leinster and Munster areas under the auspices of the Interaction Design Association.

Cost is only €50 for the 2 days! – Register Here

Speakers

  • MeeTTable - multi-user, multi-touch meeting room tableKevin O’Mahony, CIT
  • The VICON Project Dr. Antoinette Fennell, NCBI: Centre For Inclusive Technology
  • Virtual Users in Product Development Joshue O’Connor, NCBI: Centre For Inclusive Technology
  • Business Intelligence (BI) Visualisation ToolHilary Kenna, IADT
  • The Role of Design in Applied Visual Analytics Connor Upton, Intel Labs Europe
  • User-centric design makes the world go ‘round. And the cash flow in. – Mark Congiusta, VTG User Design Engineering

 

Live Streaming

Live Streaming of the IxDA Session at iHCI will start on September 2nd 2010 at 2pm. Many thanks to HEANet for supporting our livestream.

Social

After the Thursday's programme, a social event has been arranged in the Clarendon Bar (30 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2). An area has been reserved in the Middle Bar from 7pm and all are welcome to attend. For information on venue see: http://theclarendonbar.com/location

 

Organisers

Ben Arent, Gabriela Avram, Séamus T. Byrne & Marc McLoughlin.



 

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