W. 17 St. and 9 Ave.
New York City, New York 10010

Based on Dan Saffer's book Designing for Interaction: Creating Smart Applications and Clever Devices, this workshop on interaction design takes participants from the discipline's prehistoric roots to its future.

Interaction designer Dan Saffer will cover the four approaches to interaction design; the elements, principles, and attributes of good interaction design; design research techniques; documentation; designing for multitasking, adaptation, and hacking; and service design.

Designing for Interaction is for new designers and anyone interested in interaction design, as well as more experienced designers who want a deeper view of and new methods for practicing interaction design.

Participants will walk away with not only a firm grasp of the underlying principles of interaction design, but also the tools needed to put those into practice.

Official Website: http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2006/oct25/

Added by dansaffer on August 7, 2006



Are you sure you don't mean this venue instead?



Yes, you are right. That's the correct venue. Odd.