Just wanted to tell everyone that the UX Lx website is now live and
tickets are on sale. User Experience Lisbon is a 3 day event on May
12 to 14 2010, filled with thought-provoking talks and hands-on
We signed up top speakers in the industry like Jared Spool, Peter
Merholz, Luke Wroblewski, Dan Saffer, Donna Spencer, Dana Chisnell,
Brian Fling and Bill Scott and we still have more to come.
The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) and Savannah College of Art
and Design (SCAD) present the first Interaction Exhibition,
coinciding with the Interaction 10 conference in Savannah, Georgia,
February 4-7 2010. This interaction design-inspired art exhibition
will explore the concept of interaction: between people, with tools,
with technology. What is interaction about Behavior? Response? Is
it Conscious? Deliberate? What does interaction mean?
We are looking for work that directly addresses these questions.
Thought provoking, evocative, visually and sensually rich content
created by a diverse and broad group of practitioners, researchers,
artists, designers, inventors, students, and independents. Accepted
Explorations will be presented at the conference as a demo, a 5 or
15-minute talk, or a video poster.
Tuesday October 20th 2009, Spoorwegmuseum Utrecht (NL)
For the third year in a row IxDA Nederland and Chi Nederland organize
an international conference on interaction design. The event, by the
name of 'Design by Fire 2009', offers an inspiring stage for
interaction, information, interface and experience designers.
THIS YEAR'S PROGRAM
The 2009 program is shaping up nicely.
The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) and the Savannah College of
Art and Design (SCAD) are proud to announce Interaction 10 in
Savannah, GA, February 4-7, 2010. Mark your calendar so you don't
miss this incredible opportunity to gather with several hundred other
design professionals from around the world.
The conference aims to strengthen international academic exchange on
interaction design, and to explore on an interactive platform between
design educators and creative industries under a global vision.
Stumbled across this great article talks about new approaches to UX
design that allows designers not only to understand users' tasks and
behaviour and make products that comply with them but also to change
these behaviours. Three practices described — Persuasion Design,
Catalyst Design and Performance Design