We wish everyone a happy and healthy 2014. There’s just one month to go until Interaction14. We look forward to welcoming the global IxDA community to Amsterdam.
Although our three-day conference tickets sold out, you can still buy tickets for a single day and for the social events. Whether you're attending or not, we invite you to share your view on the Languages of Interaction Design.
Interaction14 wouldn’t be the same without some vibrant parties and evening activities. With Interaction14 just two months away, it’s time we talk you through the social program we’ve cooked up for you.
UXLx: User Experience Lisbon is happening again 4 to 6 June 2014 and we'd like to give every IxDA'er a discount code like we do every year. Just use discount code IXDAUXLX14 when buying to get 10% off.
Amsterdam has inspired artists and designers for ages. Names like Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Steen, Mondriaan and Berlage come to mind. From the Golden Age to the present day, design has played an important role in the city’s prosperity. During Interaction14, there will be two nights to explore Amsterdam. You may want to extend your stay to take in all the inspiration Amsterdam has to offer.
On behalf of the IxDA Board of Directors, it is with great pleasure that we announce Interaction15 will be held February 2015 in San Francisco, in conjunction with California College of the Arts (CCA).
San Francisco emerged as the successful location following an open call to the community for interest and detailed site visits to the finalist cities - San Francisco and Santa Monica.
IxDA Boston is organizing a hands-on experience playground area at the Design Management Institute's Experience Innovation conference for people to use, touch, smell, and taste interesting
products, services, and ideas that cultivate exceptional user
experiences. This is their annual conference and it is being held in Boston this year at the Liberty Hotel on November 5th and 6th.
We are honored to announce that Peter Greenaway, Daniel Rosenberg and Irene Au will be keynote speakers at Interaction14. Their insights, stories and experiences will entertain and inspire you.
Three more inspiring keynotes
Peter Greenaway - Peter has made 12 feature films and 50 short-films and documentaries, published books, written opera librettos and made exhibitions for several renowned art museums in Europe. His storytelling experience will highlight issues similar to those that keep interaction designers busy.