Place, Space, and the Mobile Interface
Mobile devices have become always-on, hyper-connected digital extensions of ourselves. As they grow increasingly location-aware and tactile, they are transforming our perception of and interaction with the physical world. What are the new frontiers of mobile design? How can we design mobile experiences that take advantage of our changing sense of place and space and really impact the way we work and live?
Join us as Method's Claudia Bernett discusses her recent experiences and discoveries in this growing social space.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
LBi New York (formerly Icon Nicholson)
The Puck Building
295 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10012
Subway: Take the 6 train to the Bleeker Street stop
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Networking
7:00 - 7:10 p.m. Welcome and announcements
7:10 - 8:00 p.m. Presentation
Free and open to everyone interested however tickets are required.
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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Claudia Bernett is a user experience designer and artist living and working in New York City. Since receiving her MFA from Parsons School of Design in 2000, she has been creating work that operates at the
intersection of the digital and physical realms, and explores cognitive responses to human-computer interaction. She is currently a user experience designer at Method, Inc., where she leads the user
interface development on a wide variety of digital tools, toys, and experiences.
ABOUT OUR EVENT SPONSOR
LBi New York is a marketing and technology agency with the ability to guide brands digitally—not just for a site launch but throughout the entire customer journey. They’re set up to develop big creative ideas in the digital space, build and manage complex transactional websites, run complex CRM programs, and even handle the media buying, planning, and EPR. The agency is a blend of Swedish design heritage with the best of British strategy and a healthy dose of American initiative.
IxDA’s mission is to improve the human condition by advancing the discipline of Interaction Design. To do this, we foster a community of people that choose to come together to support this intention. IxDA relies on individual initiative, contribution, sharing and self-organization as the primary means for us to achieve our goals. IxDA comprises over 10,000 members, and many meet at events like this one in over 80 locations worldwide. If you or your friends are based in the suburbs or further from New York, you can find contact information for other local groups on the ixda.org site.
When & Where
With over 50,000 members and more than 150 local groups around the world, the IxDA network actively focuses on interaction design issues for the practitioner no matter his or her level of experience. IxDA is a novel kind of “un-organization” and relies on its passionate members to help serve the needs of the international Interaction Design community.
The IxDA New York City local group is a vibrant community of people interested in interaction design who meet monthly at face-to-face events. Programming is created by a volunteer group of local leaders and realized through the generosity of speakers, sponsors, and host partners.
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