I plan on going and would love to see other IxDGers there. I do have to rush
home afterwards, otherwise I would personally try to make an IxDG post-party
event out of it.
Here's a bit more information.
Bill Buxton, June 16 · Supporting creative analysis
Mr. Buxton is a musician, mountain climber, and interaction
designer; former Chief Scientist of Silicon Graphics; and a well-known and
controversial computer interface expert. He owns an art gallery in Toronto
with his wife and has been developing user interfaces explicitly for
designers for over a decade. http://www.billbuxton.com
Location, price, and time:
The lectures will take place Thursday evenings in the Chelsea Art Museum
(http://chelseaartmuseum.org/) at 556 West 22nd street in Manhattan. They
are free with the discounted $3 museum admission, and start promptly at 6:00
pm on these dates: