A group of first and second year IxD students traveled to Seattle last month for the Interaction Design Association’s annual conference: Interaction 19, Design in the Wild. I caught up with a few of our attendees as they reflected on some of the most exciting moments.
Jay Parkinson spoke to IxD about how Sherpaa is transforming the experience of accessing primary healthcare by leveraging technology for easier and more effective communication between doctors and their patients. Learn a little more from student blogger Olivia Greco.
How can people learn to hack their environments to make everyday tasks simpler, more fun, or more convenient? Holly Cohen and John Schimmel spoke to IxD about how creativity and the maker mindset can change lives through assistive technology.
Un-Urban Experiments is a summer workshop that brings together students from New York and Scandinavia to work on a design challenge at the intersection of the urban and the "un-urban" in Træna, Norway, a village in the Arctic Circle.