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The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is a member-supported organization dedicated to the discipline of interaction design. Since its launch in 2003, IxDA has grown into a global network of more than 100,000 individuals and over 200 local groups, focusing on interaction design issues for the practitioner, no matter their level of experience.
What is Interaction Design ?
Interaction Design (IxD) defines the structure and behavior of interactive products and services. Interaction Designers create compelling relationships between people and the interactive systems they use, from computers to mobile devices to appliances; Interaction Designers lay the groundwork for intangible experiences.
The IxDA Manifesto
We believe that the human condition is increasingly challenged by poor experiences. IxDA intends 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.
Design Open VIVRE
When - September 23rd 2021, at 18:00
Where - on line at Design Open VIVRE Vol.02
What - Design Practice and Education // in French
The Brussels IxDA session is co-organised by Spread Design and Architempo. This session on zoom will take place in French. Speakers are listed on asuivre.com
Presentation by Spread Design
Design Open VIVRE is an initiative of Spread Design, active out of Bengaluru and Brussels, from brand design to experience design.
Moderation by Architempo
Architempo is focusing on strategic design, interaction design and exhibition design.
Registration - Let's meet on line / Let's interact
World Interaction Design Day in Brussels
When - September 24th 2019, at 18:00
Where - Fosbury & Sons - 185, Ch. de la Hulpe, 1170 Brussels
What - Trust and Responsibility
The Brussels IxDD program is co-organised by Digitag, Scrive and Architempo, with Fosbury and Sons.
Presentation by Scrive
How eSign & Blockchain combined helps to improve your customer experience and secures your documents?
Scrive is provider of electronic signing and identification, specifically focused on digitalising all possible workflows and paper processes in transaction-heavy industries such as the automotive, telecom and banking sectors. By using blockchain to digitally seal each e-signed contract, the integrity of a contract can be verified independently of Scrive, for all time.
More than 2.000 companies in over 40 countries are using Scrives e-signing, identification and workflow automation to receive benefits such as significantly reduced paper use, shortened lead times and better data quality. By providing the world’s best evidence package, Scrives customers also receive unprecedented proof and transparency surrounding each signed agreement.
Presentation by Digitag
How user experience is driven by rapid experimentation and backed up by data?
Digitag is a data-driven agency using technology as a leverage for creativity. We are helping our clients to acquire new clients through online channels (website, Facebook, Instagram, Google, etc.), to increase awareness around their products, and to reinvent their business models thanks to digital technologies.
Digitag has been founded by Maxime Charbit and Sacha Waedmon in 2015. It is now a team of 15+ working at Fosbury and Sons (5th Floor).
Moderation by Architempo
Architempo is a cross-media experience design agency, working on diverse projects for institutions and companies, with partners in networks. Founded in 2004 by Alok b. Nandi, its references include a range of works in multiple media, from concept development to strategic design, from interaction design to exhibition design.
Registration - Let's meet / Let's interact
IxDA Brussels - January 2019 Meetup
When - January 30th at 7pm
Where - Halles de Schaerbeek - Brussels (public transportation suggested as parking not easy in the area / come early)
What - Thinking Design in Services - with Majid Iqbal
Thinking in Services
Encoding and Expressing Strategy through Design
Revolutionary theory on services, diving into the DNA of services and vocalizing a framework that forms the foundation of each service.
We think we know services — not a day goes by without using them — until we have to design them. It is then that their realities confront us, teasing us sometimes. While services have always been ‘designed’, the qualities of their designs are more important than ever, given how much more we depend on them. Thus the need for deepening our understanding of what services are, what they can be, and why they fail — often in unexpected ways. This book reveals the surprising design of services — their internal structure or ‘DNA’ — through simple diagrams. It introduces a language and format for describing the concept of a service with clarity and depth. And, it provides the principles for implementing strategy through design.
Registration (needed to help set the room / free evening) - Let's meet / Let's interact
This will be followed by PechaKucha Night Brussels Vol. 61 in association with CPDPconferences and PrivacySalon.
Majid will also give a PechaKucha talk there.
Thinking in Services
Majid Iqbal is an expert on policy, strategy, and design. As an advisor at the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate he co-founded a special unit called XLAB; developing new approaches to complex problems and methods for visualizing systems, services, and transitions. He cut his teeth in sales and product management, before moving to teaching, consulting, and design. Since after Carnegie Mellon, Gartner, and PwC, he has been on a mission to bring more clarity to the concept of a service, as it relates to implementing policy or strategy. His other voyage of discovery is about cooking and patterns in food across cuisines and cultures.
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