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250 Interaction 10 proposals – Last days to comment

The Interaction 10 this year will be held from 4-8 feburary and is hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), the University for Creative Careers, located in Savannah, Georgia. Some 250 proposals have been submitted including demos, classic presentations and activities. The proposals can be viewed and commented. the deadline for viewing and commenting is 1st October.

Couldn’t read all, but some of these topics might be interesting sessions.

I’m a Hack” — Deconstructing the 7 Stages of Design Grief by Kim Bieler

An overview of UX Design Deliverables and Processes by Peter Boersma

Citizen Volunteerism and Urban Interaction Design by Solomon Bisker

City, Building, Body: How to Design at Different Scales by Molly Steenson

Design for Communities by Aaron Dus

ITSME Designing beyond the desktop metaphor by Claudio Moderini

Last days to comment!!

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