IxDA SF is the San Francisco chapter of the global Interaction Design Association (IxDA). Serving over 5,000 members from around the Bay Area, and a broader community of over 10,000 designers, 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, while also providing 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.
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Women of Design 2020
For International Women's Day, IxDA-SF celebrates outstanding members of our community - emerging and established women leaders of our field.
Congratulations to our 2020 Women of Design!
IxDA-San Francisco's Interaction'19 // redux - sold out, all videos now online!
Interaction19 // redux in San Francisco came and went and was all sold out! We live-streamed it with over 600 views to date and you can catch all the videos on our IxDA SF YouTube Channel.
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In honor or International Women’s Day, here is a small selection out of so many outstanding woman designers — established and emerging leaders of our field — from San Francisco and the Bay Area. Let’s recognize and celebrate them for all their contributions to our craft, profession, and community!
For insights into our findings and also on participating organizations (from Google and Microsoft to the CCA and San Francisco start-ups), please see our Medium post here: