Last chance to register for IDEA 2007 conference in NYC -- less than 1 week away

26 Sep 2007 - 12:35pm
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Michal Kopec

IDEA 2007 will take place at Parsons School of Design in NYC from
October 3-5. If you haven't registered yet, don't worry, there are
still great group rates available and a special 30% discount offer on
a bundle with Web 2.0 Bootcamp from Web 2.0 University.

Web 2.0 Bootcamp leads you through a deep exploration of the latest
ideas, business models, trends, and techniques behind Web 2.0 with a
special emphasis on proven, actionable methods for creating new online
products and services – or transforming existing ones – using a Web
2.0 model. More information is available here:

If you want to attend both IDEA and a Web 2.0 Bootcamp, you will
receive 30% off regular registration prices for both Web 2.0
University & IDEA 2007 – if you already registered for IDEA, you can
still take advantage of the Web 2.0 Bootcamp discount by purchasing an
upgrade. More information is available online at:

Also, don't forget about our great group discount - we're offering a
special group rate. Groups of 5 or more receive an additional 10% off.
For instance, a group of IAI members, each registration is only
$450.00. A group of 5 or more non-IAI members pays only $540.00 per
individual. Register at Just
choose Group from the ticket list.

About IDEA 2007:

IDEA stands for Information: Design, Experience, Access. The
conference is organized by the Information Architecture Institute.

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
information systems.

IDEA pre-conference offers hands-on training to teach methods for
gathering, organizing, and diagramming domain knowledge for
interaction & services design. The workshop will take place on October
3rd. Attendance is limited to the first 50 registrants. David Bishop
and Paul Gould 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.

2007 conference speakers will include Alex Wright (Glut: Mastering
Information Through the Ages), Chenda Fruchter (NYC 311/ Department of
Information Technology and Telecommunications), David Rose (Ambient
Devices), David Weinberger (Everything is Miscellaneous) Fernanda
Viegas with Martin Wattenberg (Many Eyes), Hasan Elahi (Tracking
Transience), Jake Barton (Local Projects), Frank Lantz (area/code),
Michael Wesch (The Machine is Us/ing Us), Mike Kuniavsky (ThingM
WineM) Rachel Abrams (Turnstone Consulting), Sylvia Harris
(Information Design Strategist), Bob Freeman (Radical Media).

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