[Event] NYC IxDA: "The Interaction in Interactive TV" by David Lipkin, Feb 21

12 Feb 2008 - 12:35am
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Hi Everyone!

What a show Dan, Dave and team put on for us last week. Cheers to them. If
you missed the conference and your friends are telling you how awesome it
was to rub it in your face, don't be too sad. Just because the conference
is over, it doesn't mean that we stop working for you! Come join us for a
great talk and some post-conference fun at our February event.

Hope to you there.

Liya Zheng

Event info
Topic: "The Interaction in Interactive TV" by David Lipkin, Founder,
Executive Vice-President of Method
When: Thursday, 02/21/08, 6:30pm
Where: In Soho, full details provided on RSVP (e-mail nyc-rsvp at ixda.org)

Interactive Television, whether on set-top boxes or on Internet-enabled
televisions, poses interesting challenges in Interaction Design. The most
obvious is enabling interactions without a keyboard. But it's also a
challenge to develop metaphors for navigation, elegantly round up content,
and provide ways for editors and users alike to annotate the content. We
will discuss these challenges, as well as the shift in product development
toward the interface as a product and the pitfalls of following blanket
design guidelines.

This will be a discussion-based talk with a healthy mix of case studies.

More about David Lipkin, Founder, Executive Vice-President of Method

With nearly 20 years of experience working in creative services, David has a
strategic focus and day-to-day understanding of how to build innovative
products. As a founder of Method, David drew upon his experience working in
brand-centric print, multimedia, and interactive shops to build a firm
dedicated to the creation of brilliant communications and products,
regardless of medium or platform.

During his tenure at Method, David has performed in such roles as Chief
Technology Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and (most recently) as
Executive Vice-President of Method. He currently leads business development
from Method's New York office, applying his years of experience in design to
the needs of Method's current and prospective clients.

Prior to founding Method, David was Director of Technology at MetaDesign. He
was part of the team that guided the company's growth and expansion from the
startup phase to their current position of leadership within the industry.
Within the role of Director of Technology, David was key in establishing and
building MetaDesign's transformation from a print-based studio to one which
created multimedia, internet-based, and application-based products. He was
also responsible for building and managing processes and systems focusing on
developing technology-focused projects.

David has worked with dozens of clients on award wininng work in widely
diverse sectors, including Apple, Autodesk, Comcast, the Cooper-Hewitt
National Design Museum, CNN, Kiehl's, Gucci, E-Trade, Merrill Lynch,
Microsoft, Nike, TED Conferences ,Texas Instruments, and IBM. Recent
projects range from a comprehensive brand system for technology newcomer
Organic Motion, to the design of Comcast's media portal,

David has a B.A from Reed College, where he studied history, anthropology,
physics, and chemistry. He also lived in the same dorm room as Steve Jobs.

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