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Welcome to Colorado! Brief answers to your top questions: How do I get to Boulder from Denver International Airport? Here are a few options: Where can I pick up my badge? THURSDAY 8:00am – 6:00pm FRIDAY  8:00am to 12:00noon … Continue reading

In a little over a week we’ll be gathering in Boulder! Earlier today we emailed everyone some key information, and hopefully you read it already and have it committed to memory. But just in case, here’s a recap of some … Continue reading

If you’re an iPhone owner and you’re attending the conference, you’re in luck. Thanks to the generosity of the talented folks at smudgeproof, now you can get the official Interaction 11 iPhone app. It lets you browse the full schedule … Continue reading

Our crack team of collateral designers have cooked up an innovative new t-shirt experience for conference attendees. To ensure this bold new t-shirt design solution is a contextual match for each conference user, they have made a variety of styles, … Continue reading

Hello Attendees! You’ve probably heard that Interaction11 in Boulder is sold out, and then some! The Interaction11 team is incredibly excited about the program we’ve put together, and we want to make sure you get the most out of your … Continue reading

For those of you who like to do your homework, we’ve created some Twitter lists of our Interaction11 keynote speakers, workshop organizers, lightning round presenters, and sponsors (where available). Go forth and follow: Keynote speakers Lightning session presenters Workshop organizers … Continue reading

Check out this interview of Interaction11 workshop organizer Kristian Simsarian by our media partner Johnny Holland. In it, Kristian talks about his workshop, Design consultantship: The art of hearing and being heard, and changes he’s seen in the role of … Continue reading

Holy smoke! Interaction11 has sold out already. Here’s a quick heads-up to all of you who are registered for the conference: have you gotten your workshops yet? If you’ve been considering it (or even if you haven’t) now is the … Continue reading