Our home page lists featured IxDA SF affiliated events, but also check out our Events page for all sorts of other happenings that are of interest to designers:
IxDA SF is the San Francisco chapter of the global Interaction Design Association (IxDA). Serving over 4,000 members from around the Bay Area, IxDA SF hosts a wide range of design-focused and social events throughout the year.
We partner with great companies to host talks and activities that move interaction design forward and enable practitioners to advance skills, and also provide a platform for members to add their voices to the larger conversation about design practice.
Above all, we seek to curate the sharing of ideas, perspectives, and inspiration that help make us all better and more aware thinkers and designers.
DESIGN IN CONTEXT Make it here. Make it anywhere. Interaction design happens everywhere. As any thing becomes a surface for interaction, any where becomes a place where design happens. Interaction 17…
Via IxDA Executive Director Brenda Sanderson:If you are a woman in tech -- whether studying or working in the sector -- IxDA had some great news! IxDA is partnering with Google to make the Google travel grant program available to women interested in…Continue
Started by Maria Cordell in General Discussion Jan 15, 2016.
Are you a FiveStars member? Get rewarded with a $20 Amazon gift card for participating in a 30-min usability test of a new feature. The event will be held at FiveStars HQ in SoMa 1/14-1/15. Take this survey to apply! …Continue
Started by Samantha Berg in General Discussion Jan 11, 2016.
Inneract Project is excited to share that we will be hosting an event at SF Jazz Center on November 12, 2015. We expect and hope for a large turnout of attendees and as such, need your support. The purpose of the event is to meaningfully engage with…Continue
Started by Charmian Naguit in General Discussion Oct 18, 2015.
Hello IxDASF,This has been a topic that's come up recently, and I was curious to hear what people in this association think about it, or what experiences they've had.1. Have you had a UX mentor? If so, how did you find that person, how did you…Continue