17 Sep 2012 - 9:16am
Joe Sokohl

edUi conference is coming up next week

With just a week to go we've still got some tickets for edUi 2012 ( available. We sold out last year and we'd love to repeat that success again this year. We still have space in three of our workshops: LeanUX, jQuery, Web Accessibility (one is included with your registration).

IxDA readers get $100 off making all two and a half days just $450. Use the promo code ‘ixda’ when you begin checkout.

9 Feb 2012 - 10:53am
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Desperately Seeking Synergy: Developer Panel & Valentine's Day Social

This coming Monday, February 13th, AIGA is hosting a follow up event to last Fall's HIVE Conference.  A panel of seasoned developers will share insights, tips and stories about working with designers.  Mingling and networking to follow.

More information and tickets can be found here:

IxDA Seattle presented two workshops at the HIVE Conference. 

13 Dec 2011 - 1:10am
4 years ago
1 reply
Jack L. Moffett
27 Aug 2010 - 10:23pm

UI/UX professionals wanted for Startup Weekend Toronto

Hi All,

Startup Weekend is coming to Toronto Sept 24-26, 2010.  These events are gaining tons of momentum in cities all over the world and Toronto is next.

Checkout and for more detailed information.

The Toronto event needs UI and UX professionals to come out and share their specilized skills to help build some amazing stuff.

24 Apr 2009 - 10:02am
7 years ago
11 replies
Jonathon Juvenal

How to get better results from developers

Earlier this week at the local Utah IxDA meeting and over the last
while at various places I've heard the topic of how to deal with
developers come up. I was thinking about it and realized I had a lot
to say about it. Sorry for the length :)

I currently work at a very small company, less then 20. But compared
to the other stories I've heard lately from Interaction Designers
like myself in Utah, our company gets surprisingly consistent results
from our developers in regards to design.

11 Sep 2008 - 1:25am
7 years ago
1 reply
Håkan Reis

Interaction design for developers

Hi all,

I'm in charge of a 2 day workshop with a bunch of skilled developers
regarding user experience. I want to show that an understanding of the users
interaction flow and the user goals are as important as technical knowledge.

One of the things I want to try out is focusing on a top down approach for
development to break away from the usual focus on the platform and

One idea I have is to split them up in smaller groups, hand over a pack of
feature requests to half of them, and a few user scenarios to the other

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