Interaction 21
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Our second Behind The Scenes event happened on 11 November 2020. You can watch the recording here. This session is a deep dive into what it takes to build a program worthy of the perils that surround us for Interaction 21.

The discussion was led by Tin Kadoic, who started the local group in Zagreb, Croatia in 2014 and is past member of the IxDA EU Core team. The guests were Elaine Matthias and Brenda Laurel, co-chairs for this year’s edition.

Elaine Matthias is a freelance interaction designer with a background in ecommerce and event design. …


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Our first Behind The Scenes event happened on 21 October 2020 — you can watch the recording here.

The discussion was led by Ana Domb, from the IxDA Board of Directors, and the guests for this session were Alexis Morin, Montreal Co-Chair and Manon Gruaz, Montreal Program Director.

What is Interaction 21?

AM From 31 Jan to 06 Feb 2021, the 12th edition of Interaction Week will be happening online for the first time. We will be addressing our theme of Design In Perilous Times throughout various types of events for 6 days. …


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When building an online conference, it’s easy to think that the content of the talks is what matters most. But that’s not really true. Above all, a story needs to be crafted. A story with a rhythm, a sequence of topics, and a suite of emotions for the audience to experience. Yes, even online.

We crafted the program around 3 emotional pillars: Anger, Accountability and Action.

I want to break these down and share the thinking behind the emotional narrative that will drive Interaction 21.

Day 1: Anger

Let’s explore why we first chose to make you feel Angry. Our intention with the first day is to burst your bubble. We decided to do this by doing the opposite of the band-aid method, if you know what I mean. …

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Interaction 21

The annual interaction design conference organized by @IxDA. 31 Jan-5 Feb 2021. Happening online. #IxD21

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