IDEA2008: Cross-disciplinary Design Conference, Chicago, IL, October 7-8

3 Sep 2008 - 3:53pm
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Whitney Hess

IDEA2008 is the Information Architecture Institute¹s conference on
Information: Design, Experience, Access. This conference inspires and
motivates professionals across multiple disciplines to blaze new trails in
addressing design and information challenges of today¹s always-on,
always-connected world.

Who is speaking?

* David Armano: Micro-Interactions in a 2.0 World
* Alberto Cañas: Cmap Tools: From Meaningful Learning to a Network of
Knowledge Builder
* Chris Crawford: Linguistic User Interfaces
* Bill DeRouchey: The Language of Interaction
* Jason Fried: Getting Real
* Jesse James Garrett: Aurora: Envisioning the Future of the Web
* Aradhana Goel: Emerging trends | Design thinking | Service innovation
* Dave Gray: Books and Browsers
* Andrew Hinton: You Are (Mostly) Here: Digital Space and the Context
* Jason Kunesh: Design Context Clues
* Elliott Malkin: Information in Space
* Edwina von Gal: Mixing Messages

Who should attend?

Anyone who is involved with creating products and services which require
users to engage in complex information spaces:
* Information architects
* User experience designers
* Interaction designers
* Web designers
* Information designers
* Game designers
* Designers in general, really!
* Marketing professionals
* Students of these disciplines

Because it's a single-track conference, IDEA is also a great place to
network. If you need to hire professionals from any of the above
disciplines, or if you are looking for a new career challenge, you must come
to IDEA.

What: The IA Institute¹s IDEA (Information: Design, Experience, Access)
When: October 7-8, 2008, Preconference Workshop October 6, 2008
Where: Chicago, IL, at the historic Harold Washington Library Center

Conference Website:
Speakers & Program:

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