Please welcome our new IxDA European and African Regional Coordinator!

13 Apr 2012 - 8:50pm
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k lenox

On behalf of the Interaction Design Association Board of Directors and Regional Coordinators, it is my pleasure to announce Birgit Geiberger as the European and African Regional Coordinator for IxDA. She joins fellow Regional Coordinators Tonia Bartz (North America), Santiago Bustelo (South & Central America) and Sudhindra Venkateshamurthy (Asia & Australia) in supporting over 120 local groups around the globe. 

Birgit is a Creative Director UX, Visual & Interaction Designer holding an MA in Graphic Design. She has 16 years of professional experience in the United States & Europe, working for clients such as Olympus, the EDEKA Group, Monster, The Seattle Times and Toyota.

The emphasis in her work lies in the broad field of user experience, design, and branding. She is passionate about creating harmony between functionality and aesthetics, finding the perfect balance between business and user goals to derive a highly usable and successful product.

In addition to being the founder and local leader of the IxDA Hamburg chapter, she shows her enthusiastic engagement for the community through further activities such as supporting the inaugural Interaction Awards as the Co-Chair Outreach Europe 2012. We are thrilled to have Birgit continue her support of the IxDA community as the Regional Coordinator for Europe and Africa. 

Please join me in welcoming and congratulating Birgit in her new role. You can follow her at @birgitgcom.

Kim Lenox
IxDA Director & Local Liaison 

IxDA's mission:
We believe that the human condition is increasingly challenged by poor experiences. IxDA intends to improve the human condition by advancing the discipline of Interaction Design. To do this, we foster a community of people that choose to come together to support this intention. IxDA relies on individual initiative, contribution, sharing and self-organization as the primary means for us to achieve our goals.

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