IDEA2007: Cross-disciplinary Design Conference, New York, NY, October 3-5, 2007
23 Jul 2007 - 3:35pm
7 years ago
I'm writing to let you know about the 2nd Annual IDEA Conference,
being held in New York City, October 4-5 with a pre-conference workshop on
Registration is now open at: http://ideaconference.org/
IDEA stands for Information: Design, Experience, Access. The
conference is organized by the Information Architecture Institute.
Information Architecture Institute members who register before July
31st will receive the early-bird rate of $300 for the two-day
Additionally, this year IDEA is adding a pre-conference event with
hands-on training to teach methods for gathering, organizing, and
diagramming domain knowledge for interaction & services design. The
pre-conference will take place on October 3rd. Attendance is limited
to the first 50 registrants. David Bishop from MAYA Design will lead a
full day tutorial and hands-on workshop on gathering, organizing and
diagramming domain knowledge to empower IA's and design practitioners
to drive the UI design process.
IDEA is unique in how it brings together designers from a variety of
backgrounds and disciplines to address the challenge of designing
complex information spaces. Presenters come from fields including
design, interaction design, information architecture, visualization,
communication design, design planning, exhibit design, librarianship,
media art, cultural criticism, computer networking, and geographic
2007 speakers confirmed so far include Michael Wesch (The Machine is
Us/ing Us), David Rose (Ambient Devices), David Weinberger (Everything
is Miscellaneous), Sylvia Harris (Information Design Strategist),
Kevin Slavin, (area/code), Jake Barton (Local Projects), and Fernanda
Viegas with Martin Wattenberg (Many Eyes).
We think this event is of interest to you, and hope you will
participate and spread the word about it!