Interaction Design News
SEGD Global Design Awards 2019
The 2019 SEGD Global Design Awards, the only international awards program focused on user experiences in the built environment, officially opened for entries.
FITC Toronto 2019: The Technology & Creativity Conference
The 2019 FITC Toronto, a globally recognized industry event showcasing the best the world has to offer in design, digital development, media and innovation in creative technologies, will be held April 29-May 1 at the Hilton Toronto hotel in Ontario, Canada.
UX Copenhagen 2019
The fifth UX Copenhagen, a two day conference for professionals working with and around User Experience Design, will be held March 18-19 at the CfL. Attendees will hear about some of the newest trends in the field, presented by a diverse panel of speakers ranging from super gurus to juniors, from companies that range from being front-runners in User Experience to those who are just starting to create UX teams.
LEGO Opens Kids' Coding School at Helsinki Airport
LEGO, in association with Reaktor, has opened a pop-up playground that introduces kids to coding in a fun and gender-neutral environment.
UX Design Awards 2019
Submissions are now open for the 2019 UX Design Awards. With the UX Design Awards, International Design Center Berlin (IDZ) honors solutions that contribute to to shaping a future-oriented world. Successful user-centric design is essential and a unique selling point of innovative products and services.
The Moving Parliament by Heimat Berlin
Heimat Berlin has launched a new, dynamic, algorithm powered visual identity for the Free Democratic members of parliament in Germany.
SOFTlab Designs Interactive Installation for Prague's Mirror Chapel
SOFTlab designed an interactive installation for the Klementinum Mirror Chapel for Prague's 2018 Signal Festival.
Design in the Age of Big Data at Red Dot Design Museum
Design in the Age of Big Data, on view at the Red Dot Design Museum from December 6 to March 3, will feature a selection of innovative products that highlight the impact of digitization on the products we use and the lives we lead, including sensors, scanners, fitness trackers and medical devices for monitoring and visualizing the human body.
UX London 2019
UX London, now in its eleventh year, brings together the world's leading design experts and practitioners for three days of inspirational talks and hands-on workshops.
Little Voice Crafts New Mobile Experience for Leica
Little Voice recently helped Leica craft the gorgeous new Leica FOTOS - a groundbreaking camera companion app for Leicas digital cameras systems. The new app allows Leica users to work seamlessly between camera and mobile device.
Special Projects Reveal Intuitive New Interface Magic UX
Special Projects have created a new smartphone interface, using AR, which offers a completely new way to navigate between apps. The 'Magic UX' allows users to create a virtual desktop and pin apps to a physical space.
NASA-Inspired AR Installation at Dolby Gallery
A NASA-inspired AR installation recently went live at Dolby's Gallery in San Francisco. Titled 'Asteria,' the augmented reality journey across space is part of Dolby's ongoing series of site-specific commissions that are created for its unique gallery space in San Francisco.
HUSH Designs Permanent Data-Driven Experience in United Therapeutics' New Energy Conscious HQ
HUSH and Biotech innovator United Therapeutics (Unither) recently collaborated to bring to life Unither's new digitally controlled energy-conscious headquarters in Silver Spring, MD.
Adobe Launches 'Wireframe' Podcast in Partnership with Gimlet Creative
Adobe has announced a new podcast in partnership with Gimlet Creative exploring the biggest questions facing UX and UI designers today. Launching on October 9, Wireframe will discuss the questions designers ask and the answers they discover.
UX Vilnius 2018
UX Vilnius 2018 is a design conference for professionals working with and around User Experience Design. The conference will be held in Lithuania on November 13, 2018.
Frontend Voted UX Winner in Fast Company Awards 2018
Frontend.com was honored as a winner by Fast Company in its annual Innovation by Design Awards for 2018 in the User Experience category.
SXSW Place by Design 2019
Place by Design is SXSW's public space design competition, celebrating transformative work at the intersection of art, technology, and design that rethinks how we use and interact with the places around us. This competition provides a platform for artists, architects, designers and urbanists at all levels to present their scalable solutions for improving our shared landscape.
Winners of 2018 UX Design Awards
International Design Center Berlin has announced the winners of this year's UX Design Awards. Following intensive deliberations, the jury bestowed five UX Design Awards, four UX Design Awards | Concept and one UX Design Award Gold among 48 nominated projects.
Creative Selection: Inside Apple's Design Process During the Golden Age of Steve Jobs
Creative Selection by Ken Kocienda offers an insider's account of Apple's creative process during the golden years of Steve Jobs. For fifteen years, Kocienda was on the ground floor of the company as a specialist, directly responsible for experimenting with novel user interface concepts and writing powerful, easy-to-use software for products including the iPhone, the iPad, and the Safari web browser.
SEGD Xlab 2018: The Future of Storytelling
The Society for Experiential Graphic Design's eighth-annual digital experiential design gathering, Xlab, will be held in Brooklyn for the first time-at the BRIC arts and media center.
Communication Arts 25th Annual Interactive Competition
Communication Arts magazine is calling for submissions for its 25th Interactive Competition. The annual competition celebrates the best work being done for the Web, Desktop, interactive installation and handheld devices. Student work is also being accepted.
Panasonic Design to Reveal Kasa at London Design Biennale
Panasonic Design will exhibit a collection of lights that react to peoples' behavior at this year's London Design Biennale at Somerset House.
Aruliden Creates Smart Real Estate Sign for Compass
Aruliden has unveiled its new design for Compass which is a complete reimagining of the traditional real estate sign - something that hasn't been redesigned for decades.
2019 One Show: Call for Entries
The One Club is now calling for entries for the 2019 One Show, the world's most prestigious awards show recognizing the best creative work in advertising, interactive, design and branded entertainment. The brightest creative minds from advertising agencies, digital agencies, design agencies, production companies, consumer brands and non-profit organizations are invited to enter.
DSE Opens Call for 2019 APEX Awards Nominations
Digital Signage Expo is now accepting nominations for its 2019 APEX Awards. The Awards recognize and honor achievement in the creation and installation of compelling viewer content and interactive technology.
Indigo Design Award 2019
The 2nd Indigo Design Award is now open for entries. Indigo is open to conceptual and completed designs that are five years old or less.
MET Studio Designs the Monastic Way Visitor Experience to Tell 1000-year Story of Buckfast Abbey
MET Studio has designed an immersive visitor experience, 'The Monastic Way,' celebrating 1000 years of Buckfast Abbey and telling the story of 1500 years of Benedictine monks and nuns history.
iF Design Award 2019
Submissions are now open for the 2019 iF Design Award. First awarded in 1953, the iF Design Award is the oldest independent design seal in the world. It is a symbol of outstanding design achievements that focuses on the innovative power of design.
SOFTlab Creates Interactive Wall Installation for IBM Watson HQ
SOFTlab recently completed Currents, an interactive wall installation for the IBM Watson headquarters in Atlanta.
Lab101 Designs Interactive Touchwall for Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp Featuring Crowdsourced Animations
Lab101 has created a digital wall for the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp. Visitors are invited to start their discovery by touching one of the selected pieces on display on the six screens at the museum entrance.