Only 3 Weeks until Interaction10, and 50 Slots Left!

14 Jan 2010 - 9:46am
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Bill DeRouchey
2010

Interaction10 starts only three weeks from today and we're getting
pretty excited about it. We're getting everything ready for an
incredible weekend of presentations, discussions, activities all
about the practice of interaction design and to celebrate this great
community that we're all a part of.

And it's going to sell out!

Register today at http://interaction.ixda.org/register

If you were thinking about registering for Interaction10, make sure
you do it soon because we only have about 50 slots left. Our
pre-conference workshops are beginning to fill up too! Where else
would you have the range of workshops like

- Tangible Interface Prototyping with Massimo Banzi, one of the
founders of Arduino
- Visual Skills for the "I Can't Design" Crowd with MJ Broadbent
- Predictable Magic: Designing Emotional Interactions and Business
Results with RKS Design
- Designing mobile apps for a global population with Raphael Grignani
of Nokia
- A Free workshop on the Microsoft Expression Suite, sponsored by
Microsoft
- and six more!

Learn more at http://interaction.ixda.org

Make sure you don't miss out on:

- Over 450 of your peers and friends in the user experience
community.
- Over 50 incredible speakers from all around the world presenting on
a wide range of topics
- The final presentations of our first Global Student Competition,
sponsored by Dell
- An Art Exhibition, sponsored by Axure
- The results of the Local Design Challenge, sponsored by Adobe
- A conference taking place in a theater, a restaurant, a public
square, a pharmacy, a library and a blacksmith's quarters
- And a crazy number of social opportunities and receptions

Register today at http://interaction.ixda.org/register

We'll see you in Savannah!

Bill DeRouchey, Jennifer Bove
co-chairs Interaction10

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On a down note, we're sad to announce that Bill Moggridge won't be
speaking at Interaction10 this year. We're excited about his new
appointment at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, but his
transition to it coincided with our conference. Yeah, we're bummed
about it but congratulations to Bill!

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