The IA Summit was held in Memphis, TN from March 20-22. Boxes and Arrows captured many of the main conference sessions from Day 2, Saturday, March 21. If you missed the Summit, dive into these presentations and experience the next best thing.
The IA Summit was held in Memphis, TN from March 20-22. Boxes and Arrows captured many of the main conference sessions from Day 1, Friday, March 20. If you weren’t
able to attend, close your eyes
and experience the next best thing.
Michael Wesch Opens All at the Summit
Michael Wesch points out that our “audiences” aren’t audiences at all, but rather creators, and our job is to enable. Along with the design challenges, this new approach delivers the joy of reconnecting people to each other.
Jesse James Garrett Slams One Door and Opens Many More
In the Closing Plenary, Jesse James Garrett looks back at Summits past, examines
the current state of User Experience
Design, and endorses a vision of our practice as a mechanism for discovery.
An IA Summit Podcast Preview with Samantha Bailey
Samantha Bailey, the 2009 IA Summit Chair, talks about her approach to this year’s IA Summit, how the Summit community has changed, and what it means to be a part of this community of practice.
IxDA's Interaction Conference, A Look Back to Look Forward
As IxDA’s Interaction 09 kicks off the 2009 conference season, Chris Baum reflects back on last year’s inaugural event and appreciates the real-life impact of the interaction design craft.
The Chicago Sessions
The IDEA Conference took place in Chicago on October 7-9. The speakers pushed the boundaries of what it means to design complex information spaces of all kinds. We can all expand our practice by absorbing their experiences and ideas.
In cooperation with the IA Institute, we’re happy to bring you recordings of most conference talks.
Where the seams of information and public space overlap and intersect, Elliott Malkin creates projects that span genres from religion to natural science. Malkin talks to us as a preview to his upcoming IDEA conference talk.
David Armano is a macro-interactive name in a micro-interaction world. As interactions get smaller and more focused, experiences become bigger and broader. David is here to shepherd the way to the promised land.
Conversations with Presenters at Adaptive Path's UX Week
User Experience (UX) Week was held in San Francisco, CA from August 12 – 15. Boxes and Arrows, in co-operation with Adaptive Path, interviewed some of the great speakers for your design listening enjoyment.