IxDADublin Presents 'An Evening with... Bill Buxton'

12 Sep 2012 - 9:18am
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Kathryn Parkes
2010

 

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Tues 25th Sept 6:30-8:30pm
Lost Society, South William St

We are delighted to announce that Bill Buxton will be joining us to share his view on the world of interaction design.  

Bill Buxton is a relentless advocate for innovation, design, and especially the appropriate consideration of human values, capacity, and culture in the conception, implementation, and use of new products and technologies.  You can read his full biography here.

The event is free but will be ticketed with limited places.  Tickets are available now from:

http://ixdadublinbillbuxton.eventbrite.ie/



Microsoft App Days: Designing Beautiful Windows Apps

Windows8

Wed 26th Sept 8:30am-5pm
Aviva Stadium

You will also have a chance to catch Bill Buxton delivering the opening keynote at the Microsoft event 'App Days:  Designing Beautiful Windows Apps' on Wed 26th Sept. Through this one day design summit you will learn in depth how you can use the Windows 8 UI to make beautiful Windows apps.  This event is a must see not only for designers but for anyone planning a Windows 8 app.

For more details and to register for the event go to:

https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032527664&Culture=en-IE&community=0


More Upcoming Events:


Defuse - Design for Use will be back in The Sugar Club on Wed 7th November during Design Week.  We'll be updating the website soon with details of this year's speakers but for now just make sure you've marked the date in your diary.  It's going to be another great evening of inspiring and entertaining Ignite talks, design competition & stimulating chat. For a recap on last year's talks, you can see the videos here:  http://www.youtube.com/ixdadublin

 

Comments

13 Sep 2012 - 9:29am
destraynor
2007

Hey guys, 

Fantastic work on this.

Is the event already sold out? I've registered but haven't received a confirmation. 

Regards,
Des

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