The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is pleased to announce that
videos from presentations at IxDA's Interaction 08, held February 8 -
10, 2008 at the Savannah College of Art and Design are now
downloadable in MP3 and MP4 (iPod Video) versions.
Just right-click (or control click in OSX) the link under the embedded
video and select "Save link as" in your browser.:
I just wanted to thank everyone for coming to the IxDA conference. I
wanted to thank all the extremely talented speakers, those who
tirelessly organized and put on this conference, and all the attendees
who showed up and made this one of the best conferences I've ever been
to. It definitely met my expectations.
I also wanted to thank everyone who attended and participated in my
Am I the only one who's finding this Monday particularly painful? Not
to mention it was 16 degrees this morning. Brrrr!
I feel like I need to spend a week on a mountaintop meditating on all
the things I learned over the weekend. And following up with all the
great people I met. And reading all the books I need to read. Despite
my extreme exhaustion on the (delayed) flight last night, I got
inspired to redesign the interface for my crap-ass HP printer. It's a
this has been an amazing weekend. i'd just like to thank all the
organizers, the speakers, and the other attendees that i met while in
savannah, i don't think i've ever learned so much in two days.
one thing i've been thinking about since the end of the conference
yesterday is how to apply a lot of the concepts from the weekend to my
actual work (i'm sure a lot of us having been thing about that).
The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is now accepting
submissions for its first annual conference to be held in hip,
historic Savannah, Georgia, USA on February 8-10, 2008.
Submissions are for Lightning Session slots, each of which is 25
minutes in duration around a single topic. Single or duo speakers are
allowed, but no panels, please. Please submit only one idea per