Author Archives: Jon Kolko

Thanks to our hosts, sponsors, volunteers, committee members, and attendees for a great conference. See you next year in Dublin! * Conference reports from friends and sponsors: From Core77: Interaction 11 Update and Overheard From Johnny Holland: Interaction 11 Day … Continue reading

We’re very pleased to unveil the detailed, day-by-day schedule of speakers and events for Interaction11, so you have a better idea of how to plan your time in Boulder. We’ve taken a new approach to the program for 2011, with … Continue reading

Thanks to the great response from the IxDA community, the conference is sold out! We’ll see you in Boulder; if you missed your chance to register for this great event, plan on registering early for IxDA 2012 – in Dublin, … Continue reading

Many of you are gearing up for Boulder in February, purchasing flight information and checking out hotels. I’m hoping to clarify some of the details about the conference here, to make your travel plans easier and to help you build … Continue reading

At long last, we’re announcing the full Interaction11 program — and what a lineup it is! Check out our full list of lightning sessions, workshops, and the first few of many special events we’ve got planned. Highlights include: Smart pre-conference … Continue reading

We are super-excited to announce another great keynote for the Interaction 11 conference: Lisa Strausfeld, a partner at Pentagram! Lisa’s work is at the center of design, information, visualization and space; her work is visually stunning and technically brilliant. In … Continue reading

Here’s a quick Wordle visualization of IxDA’s lightning session submissions from this year – all 65,000 words, visualized. Gives a nice representation of our professional aspirations, I think – print it and give it to your boss? (Click for a … Continue reading

We are incredibly pleased to announce our next two invited keynote speakers, both of whom have been pivotal in defining the course of our profession. Bruce Sterling is an author, journalist, editor, and critic whose nonfiction works include The Hacker … Continue reading

Interaction11’s Call for Participation will be closing at the end of the week this Saturday, July 31st, at 11:59 p.m. EST. We’ve already received a healthy number of topic submissions from the well-prepared, highly-organized, and consistently punctual individuals, but we … Continue reading

We’ve established a great program team, have put together an exciting conference format, and have identified seven keynote speakers that will change the way you think about and practice interaction design. But we aren’t letting the cat out of the … Continue reading