Salt Lake Design Week is coming...

13 Aug 2013 - 7:05pm
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Salt Lake Design Week will be held October 14-19 . IxDA Utah is part of the planning committee for this event and we will be coordinating some great interaction design events. With that in mind, we’re looking for help. There are three ways you can contribute:


IxDA is committed to helping budding speaking talent find their voices, as it were. SLDW (or any of our events for that matter) represents a great opportunity for folks wishing to speak to be heard. Last year each of our events was well-attended and we anticipate an even greater turn-out this year. If you have a topic you would like to present on, a group you would like to form a panel with, or a workshop you would like to conduct, we’d love to hear your idea and see if we can’t support you.

Host an Event (or two)

If your organization has space they are willing to share some time (anytime that’s convenient really) between Oct 15-18, we would love to host an event or two with you. Those who contribute will have an excellent opportunity to have a lot of design talent in their offices. This is great for recruiting. We’ll be sure to give you plenty of time at the beginning and end to recruit or pitch your product/services in return. Your company’s name will also be mentioned on the collateral for specific events you agree to host.


SLDW has many levels of sponsorships. I’m confident we will find a plan that will work with your company’s budget. I think it goes without saying that this is a great opportunity for recruiting or pitching your company’s product/brand. But it also will help us afford the space for events we need to have a spectacular interaction presence.

Aside from that, if anyone would like to help coordinate, we’d welcome the help. It’s gonna be a lot of fun.

Andy Branch, IxDA Utah Dude


14 Aug 2013 - 11:46am

I don't have anything in particular in mind, but I'd be happy to help out however I can. Just let me know.

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