About The Interaction Design Foundation

We are a movement to create accessible and affordable Ivy League-level design education

About The Interaction Design Foundation

We are an independent nonprofit initiative with an objective that sounds like a paradox—to raise the level of global design education to an Ivy League standard, while at the same time reducing costs to as low as we can possibly take them. So, we democratize learning by providing top-notch curricular materials, and we aim to strike the perfect balance between academic rigor and practical relevance.

Established in 2002 in Denmark, we were inspired by the Scandinavian educational system to create low-cost, high-quality education so as to change the way people learn the science, art and intricacies of design. Since 2002, we have built a sustainable collaboration and education platform, and have grown our global community to reach 453 local groups in 90 countries.

We continue to collaborate with top universities and companies, such as Stanford, Cambridge and SAP Labs, as well as such noted authors as Clayton Christensen and Don Norman, to share our knowledge with over a million designers every month.


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In the long term, the savings you get from the IDF model are astounding. Furthermore, our catalogue of courses is always expanding, while we keep our membership fees consistently low.

How we are changing design education

Education and Professional Development

We offer a unique and extensive library of design-related textbooks and comprehensive instructor-led online courses. Members also acquire hands-on experience through participation in real-life projects and design activities. Nonetheless, the educational process occurs outside of courses, too: members learn from each other via professional discussion forums, through local meet-ups, and by participating in IDF global design events.

Development of Leadership Skills

IDF members get opportunities to train in various leadership roles. Depending on their preference and abilities, they may guide junior designers, manage projects, volunteer to head a local community, or play a global role at the IDF. For those who need elaborate coaching skills in their work, we provide a comprehensive training course on coaching in the design profession, along with the opportunity to practice by coaching members of the IDF Design League.

The IDF's certification process involves a carefully balanced mix of subjective and objective assessment factors. The final recognition of a course taker's level of proficiency in UX is awarded following a thorough assessment of that person's competencies by his/her course instructors, personal coach, and the IDF Certification Board.

Contribution to the Profession

Proven experts in the field of UX can contribute to the quality of education and professional services by developing training materials and textbooks, or by serving on the IDF Certification Board. We also offer outstanding publishing opportunities with an immediate reach to our million-strong target audience.

Hiring and Developing Personnel

We help companies, from the smallest to the largest such as SAP and Accenture, to build great customer experiences in the most certain way. The IDF Company Membership enables company managers to:

  • Access the world's largest community of UX designers
  • Build UX design and research expertise in their companies by taking instructor-led courses at home or at work—these are completely self-paced so as to accommodate busy schedules
  • Solve actual business problems by getting help from the IDF's worldwide network of design professionals and coaches
  • Administer individual memberships and corporate accounts with no hassle or unforeseen expenses

The People Behind

The Executive Board

The Executive Board oversees and guides the overall direction of the Foundation. The composition of the board reflects our mission of serving both industry and academia.

Director of The Design Lab at the University of California, San Diego
La Jolla California United States
Don Norman is Director of the Design Lab at the University of California, San Diego, cofounder of the Nielsen Norman Group, a member of the National Academy of Engineering, IDEO fellow, and former Vice President of Apple. He serves on numerous company and educational advisory boards and boards of directors. He has published 18 books translated into 24 languages including Emotional Design and Design of Everyday Things. He can be found at www.jnd.org
Founder of rCDO UX (Former Chief Design Officer at Oracle and SAP)
San Jose United States
Daniel Rosenberg is a global UX executive with the full range of skills in interaction design, usability metrics, game design and design management. He has dozens of publications in the field and is a frequently requested speaker at UX conferences and consultant. During his period as UI Architect for Borland he invented many of the the design patterns still popular in contemporary GUI design. These include the design of the modern programming IDE and the use of "tabs" as an organizing principle for object oriented properties. Books he has contributed to the UX field include the text book "Human Factors in Product Design" (Elsevier 1991) as well as chapters in the "Handbook of Human Computer Interaction" (Elsevier 1988), "Coordinating User Interfaces for Consistency" (Academic Press 1989) and "Usability in Practice" (Academic Press 1994). He was a founding editor of ACM's NetWorker magazine and is an active member of the interaction-design.org advisory board. Specialties Global User Experience, Design Management, User Interface Design, Usability Measurement, Design Thinking & UX Strategy Consulting
Design Partner at Khosla Ventures
San Francisco United States
Irene is the former head of UX and Design at Google. Currently, she is an operating partner at Khosla Ventures, where she works with portfolio companies to make their design great. She is dedicated to raising the strategic value of design and user research through better methods, practices, processes, leadership and quality. Irene does this by building high performing teams, establishing design practices, mentoring and growing the next generation of great designers and directing the design of interfaces and experiences. She drives strategic discussions at the highest levels of companies, focusing first on user needs to inspire product innovation.A lifelong gadget girl and math and science geek, Irene built robots in college and went to graduate school at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to pursue studies in electrical and computer engineering. There, she found herself surrounded by young men who built technology for the sake of technology; however, Irene’s passion was to build technology inspired by people’s needs directed at solving real problems, so she carved her own path. Through coursework in engineering psychology and human factors, computer science and industrial engineering, she created her own program of study in human-computer interaction (HCI) during a time when studying HCI was unheard of. Irene then went on to be among the first designers with such a background in the consumer Internet space and began her career as an interaction designer at Netscape Communications.After Netscape, Irene joined Yahoo! in 1998, where she established Yahoo’s user experience design practice and led the team for eight years. In 2006, Irene joined Google and led the user experience team there for six years, where she was responsible for design and research for all Google-branded products worldwide. Following Google and prior to joining Khosla Ventures, Irene ran product design at Udacity.Irene also teaches yoga and meditation at Avalon Art and Yoga Center, one of Palo Alto’s oldest and most established yoga studios. She co-chairs the board of trustees at Bowman International School, a K-8 private Montessori school in Palo Alto, Calif.Irene holds a bachelor’s of science degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of South Carolina Honors College summa cum laude and a master’s of science degree in industrial engineering and human-computer interaction from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Professor of Interaction Design at Linköping University
Eksjö Sweden
Jonas Löwgren is an interaction designer, researcher and teacher. Currently employed as professor of interaction and information design at Linköping University, Sweden. Main areas of expertise include collaborative media, interactive visualization and the design theory of digital materials.
Distinguished Professor of Design at Swinburne University of Technology
Melbourne Australia
Ken Friedman is Research Professor and until recently the Dean of the Faculty of Design at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. He works at the intersection of three fields: design, management, and art. Friedman works with theory construction and research methodology for design. He also works with design process and design thinking as tools for value creation and economic innovation. In 1990, he created the first course in strategic design in Europe for the Oslo Business School, one of the first such courses in the world. From 1994 to 2009, he was Professor of Leadership and Strategic Design at the Norwegian School of Management, focusing on knowledge economy issues, culture, and leadership. From 2003 to 2009, he held a research appointment at The Danish Design School and the Danish Design Research Center in Copenhagen. Ken Friedman has done research in philosophy of design, doctoral education in design, knowledge management, and philosophy of science. He worked with national design policy in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Wales, and state design policy in Victoria, Australia. He is active in developing international research networks and conferences for the design research community. He is an editor of the journals Artifact and the Journal of Design Research, and a member of the editorial board of such journals as Design Studies, Design and Culture, and the International Journal of Design. He is a Council Member of the Design Research Society and the Australian Deans of the Built Environment and Design, and has been an officer in both groups. He co-chaired the La Clusaz Conference on Doctoral Education in Design in 2000, the European Academy of Management Conference in 2006, the Design Research Society Conference in 2006, the Cumulus International Conference in 2009, and the Hong Kong Conference on Doctoral Education in Design in 2011, as well as chairing the Victoria Conference on Design Thinking in 2009. Ken Friedman is also a practicing artist and designer active in the international laboratory known as Fluxus. He had his first solo exhibition in New York in 1966. His work is represented in major museums and galleries around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Tate Modern in London, the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, and Stadtsgalerie Stuttgart. The University of Iowa Alternative Traditions in the Contemporary Arts is the official repository of Friedman's papers and research notes. The Silverman Fluxus Collection at the Museum of Modern Art, Archiv Sohm at Stadtsgalerie Stuttgart and the Mandeville Department of Special Collections at the University of California also hold extensive archives on Friedman's work of the 1960s and 1970s.
Board Member at Counter Culture Labs (Former Design Director at GE)
Palo Alto CA United States
Michael Arent is a Board Member of Counter Culture Labs (Oakland, CA), and involved in a humanitarian "bio-hacking" project, Open Insulin, to develop open source insulin.From 2013 to 2015, Michael served as the Design Director at GE Software Center of Excellence.Prior to joining GE, Michael was the Vice President of User Experience at SAP Business Objects, a division of SAP focused on analytics and business intelligence software solutions for the global business marketplace. He leads a global team of user experience professionals who conceptualize, design and assure the usability and harmonization of user interfaces and user experiences for a family of analytics and business intelligence products and solutions.Prior to joining SAP Michael managed and led design teams at companies such as Peoplesoft, Adobe, MetaDesign, Sun, and Apple Computer. He has been involved in forward thinking projects including advanced computer technologies exploration, interactive multimedia, interactive TV, broadband connected home, internet-based commerce in addition to enterprise business and analytics software solutions.Michael is co-author of two definitive books on software prototyping, Effective Prototyping for Software Makers and Effective Prototyping with Excel in addition to being the holder of six technology patents granted in the U.S. and internationally.
Principal Researcher at Microsoft
Toronto Canada
Bill Buxton is an interaction designer and researcher. He is Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and prior to that, he was Principal of his own Toronto-based boutique design and consulting firm, Buxton Design. Bill is one of the pioneers in computer music, and has played an important role in the development of computer-based tools for film, industrial design, graphics and animation.As a researcher, he has had a long history with Xerox' Palo Alto Research Center and the University of Toronto (where he is still an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science, and Visiting Professor at the Knowledge Media Design Institute). During the fall of 2004, he was a lecturer in the Department of Industrial Design at the Ontario College of Art and Design, and during the Spring of 2005, he was a Visiting Scientist at Microsoft Research, Cambridge.From 1994 until December 2002, he was Chief Scientist of Alias|Wavefront, and from 1995, its parent company SGI Inc. In 2001, the Hollywood Reporter named him one of the 10 most influential innovators in Hollywood. In 2002 Time Magazine named him one of the top 5 designers in Canada, and he was elected to the ACM's CHI Academy.

Daily Operations Team

The Daily Operations Team is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Interaction Design Foundation. From creating content to perfecting the platform, the team ensures that the website works smoothly every day, for everyone around the world.

IDF Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Aarhus Denmark
IDF Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Aarhus Denmark
Community Manager
Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina
UXer | Global Design Ambassador, Local Leaders’ Lead, IDF Europe Manager
Malmö Skåne Sweden
Visual and Motion Designer
Lancaster PA United States
Laguna SC Brazil
Çanakkale Turkey
Visual Designer
Course Editor
Florida United States
Minsk Minsk region Belarus
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Rotterdam Netherlands
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Aarhus Denmark
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Patras Greece
Fgura Malta
Marketing Lead
United Kingdom
Visual and Motion Designer
United Kingdom
Corporate Relationship Manager
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Penang Malaysia
Business Development Manager
Prague Czech Republic
B2B Marketing Wizard
Bangalore Karnataka India
Member Support
Cancun Mexico
Software Tester
Caracas Venezuela

Contributing Authors

Here are some of our contributing authors. These highly regarded professors and industry experts reflect our focus on creating top quality literature on UX design. View more of our contributing authors.

Computing Professor at Lancaster University
Director of The Design Lab at the University of California, San Diego
La Jolla California United States
Professor in Human-Machine Interaction at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
CEO at InContext Design
Professor at Harvard Business School
CEO at Experience Dynamics
United States
Senior Research Fellow at Xerox PARC
Professor at MIT Sloan School of Management
United States

Continent Managers

The Continent Managers are responsible for managing the Local Groups on each continent with the help of Country Managers and Local Leaders.


UX Researcher & Strategist
Pretoria South Africa


Production Director / Digital Head
Hanoi Vietnam


UXer | Global Design Ambassador, Local Leaders’ Lead, IDF Europe Manager
Malmö Skåne Sweden

North America

Innovation/Strategy/Design Thinking Consultant
New York NY United States


Design Strategist
Sydney NSW Australia

South America

UX Strategist & Emotion Researcher
Santiago of Chile Chile

Country Managers

The Country Managers are responsible for managing the Local Groups in their respective countries. Each operates with the help of the Local Leaders in that country.


Interaction Designer
Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Argentina


Product, Service, UX/UI & Visual Designer
Melbourne Victoria Australia


CEO youspi & Chair World Usability Congress & World UX Tour
Graz Austria


UX & Service Design Professional
Dhaka Bangladesh


Creative Director
Brussels Belgium


UX Strategist & Researcher
Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia


Software maker at Nubank Brasil
Sao Paulo São Paulo Brazil


Journalist, expert in Digital Area | Lead I.A. & Content Manager
Santiago Region Metropolitana Chile


Cali Colombia

Costa Rica

UX/UI Designer
Montes De Oca Costa Rica


User Experience (UX) Manager
Nicosia Cyprus

Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo Dominican Republic


Design Strategist / HCI Researcher / IT Professor
Quito Ecuador


Creative Director
Brussels Belgium


Experience Design Lead
Sydney Australia


Principal Designer -
Mumbai Maharashtra India


Sleman Yogyakarta Indonesia


User Experience Evangelist, Strategist & Consultant / Senior Lecturer
Tehran Iran


Senior UX & UI Designer for Medical Devices
Dublin Ireland


Experience Strategist
Bologna Italy Italy


UX Mentor | Evangelist | Consultant
Amman Jordan


Almaty Kazakhstan


Puebla Mexico


UX Designer
Matola Mozambique



Senior UX Consultant, Digital strategist and Professor
Lima Peru


Design Thinking Coach and Practitioner, eCommerce and mobile research expert
Plewiska Poland Poland


Ux Designer
Lisboa Portugal


Drobeta-Turnu Severin Romania


UX coach, Head of IDF Coaching and Certification
Moscow Russia

Saudi Arabia

Experience Innovation Consultant
Dhahran Saudi Arabia

South Africa

Experience Director
Pretoria South Africa


Experience Design and Research (UX/CX/HCI) - IDF Spain Country Manager
Madrid Spain


UXer | Global Design Ambassador, Local Leaders’ Lead, IDF Europe Manager
Malmö Skåne Sweden


Product Designer
New Taipei City Taiwan


Senior UX Designer
istanbul Turkey


UI/UX Designer
Kiev Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

Customer Experience Consultant
Dubai United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

Southampton United Kingdom

United States

Lovettsville Va United States


Innovation Manager
Montevideo Uruguay


Production Director / Digital Head
Hanoi Vietnam

Our Mission Statement

  1. We produce top-grade open-source educational materials by the world's design elite. Through free and open access to top-grade educational materials on how to design technology, we educate millions of technology designers on how to make more people-oriented and easy-to-use technology—such as websites, household appliances, software applications, and mobile devices.
  2. We advocate great design through our social media reach of 2 million people every month as well as initiatives such as our 30,000 mile bike tour with weekly stops, university pep rallies, and a great media coverage. For us, advocating great design is a battle against frustrating, time-consuming, and poorly designed technology that drains our productivity, dignity, and sometimes our sanity. Better design of technology will improve everyone's quality of life.
  3. We facilitate Local Groups of learning and career advancement. With 377 Local Groups in 82 countries, we enable designers to meet up, learn, discuss, and become inspired. Our Local Groups are a great place to meet your future employer, employee, client, or friend.
  4. Through our paid services—for example, online instructor-led courses—we help lower the cost of design education globally. We help other designers hone their skills through education, networking, and career development. We believe that design education—of Ivy League quality—should be financially accessible to everyone, so we continually expand our curriculum, maintain low membership costs, and thus strongly live after the UNESCO statement, "Universal access to high quality education is key to the building of peace, sustainable social and economic development, and intercultural dialogue."
  5. Through Company Memberships, we don’t just instruct great UX design, we inculcate it within real teams who are impacting the world with their products. Through our corporate training programs, we help companies increase both profitability and consumer loyalty. After all, businesses run better on better-designed technology.
  6. We foster synergy between academia and high-tech companies. We mix top professors from Stanford, MIT, Cambridge, etc. with elite industry designers from Google Research, Apple, IBM Research, etc. And together we produce top-grade and open-source learning materials to the benefit of both industry and academia all over the world.
  7. We provide aid for educational institutions and companies in developing countries by giving them free access to materials that otherwise would be out of their financial reach. In fact, 20 % of our readers are from developing countries, and the number is increasing exponentially. Education is the single most powerful way to lift people out of poverty.
  8. We modernize the publishing industry by building a conceptual, legal, editorial, and technical platform for the publication of first-rate online material in a world where 1) people prefer free content over paid content for reasons of both time and money, 2) the physical book is being outmaneuvered by the e-book, and 3) authors prefer that publishers use technology to maximize readership and not use it to limit readership as in the case of paywalls.

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Can I pay the membership fee monthly?

That depends on the membership type.

You cannot pay for the Professional Membership or the Student Membership in monthly installments, as much as we’d like to help you. Please bear in mind that just one of our courses would cost you over 1,000 USD if you were to buy it online elsewhere. So, right there, you are literally saving thousands and thousands of dollars.

You can, however, pay for IDF Design League membership in monthly instalments. The reason for this is that this membership is more costly than the Professional and Student membership.

That's also the reason we list all our membership fees in monthly rates: So that you can compare the cost between membership types – even though two of the membership types are paid yearly.

Do you offer a trial membership?

We don't offer trial memberships, but we do have a 30-day money-back guarantee. Please bear in mind that just one of our courses would cost you over 1,000 USD if you were to buy it online elsewhere. So, right there, you are literally saving thousands and thousands of dollars.

Another reason we don't have trial memberships is that it attracts too many people who are just "looking around". Our community is very much about helping each other and connecting professionally so it would simply create too much "noise" to have people come and go.

I missed the enrollment date, and now the course is closed. Will I have any opportunity to take the course in the future?

Don't worry if you missed the course. We will re-run it shortly. One of the reasons we continually open and close courses is in order to control the classroom size.

Networking is a large part of our value proposition, so we want just the right number of people inside the courses. That is also why we display the "XX % percent booked" on our course icons.

We’ll therefore re-schedule the course and make it available for sign-up on https://www.interaction-design.org/courses in about a week (or perhaps a little bit longer). The actual start date of the course will be a few weeks after sign-ups begin, too. We’ve found that this is the best way to maximize flexibility and convenience for everyone, especially you as you put your own course program together.

Do I have to be online at an exact time to study?

No. You can set your own study schedule. There are no "live sessions" or "webinars" since our members are from all timezones around the world. We are a truly global community – with members in every single corner of the world.

Thus, once you are enrolled, you can take all the time you want to complete a given course. Every "classroom" in each course will never close, so you’ll have permanent access to your classmates and your course material (as well as your own answers).

What is the difference between a Professional and a Student membership?

To qualify for IDF Student membership, you need to be a full-time student at a school, college or university. As a student member, you'll receive the very same benefits as you would with a Professional membership - except for 2 things:

  • You will appear as a "student" to the other IDF members. In other words, if you want to use your membership to network and get a job, then you should probably go for the Professional membership.
  • You can take a maximum of three courses at any given time with Student membership. You can still take all the courses you want during your membership period, with no extra charges – just as long as you finish them (or drop them) so that you don’t have more than three courses going on at the same time.
Can I take all of your courses at no extra costs?

That's correct. Once you have paid for your membership, you can take as many of our instructor-led courses as you would like. And this is at no additional cost. No hidden fees—just pure learning and networking.

We’re a community and not a money machine. And, yeah, we hate hidden fees just as much as you do!

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Will I receive a Course Certificate?

Yes. Every time you complete a course you get an industry-recognized Course Certificate. There is no limit to how many Course Certificates you can earn during your membership. You will also receive a 3-step guide on how to include your Course Certificate on LinkedIn and in your résumé/CV.

You can see an example of a Course Certificate at the bottom of the Course Catalogue.

Can I take more than one course at a time?

Yes, you can take all the courses you would like. For example, if there are 30 active courses, you can enroll into all 30 course at the same time and move from one to the other as you please.

There are no further charges after you paid for your membership.

Please note: If you have a student membership, you can take a maximum of three courses at the same time. As a student, you can thus still take all the courses you would like – free of extra charges – just as long as you finish them (or drop them) so that you don’t have more than three ongoing courses at the same time.

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Which Credit or Debit card can I use to pay?

We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express cards — both debit cards and credit cards. In addition, you should be able to use your debit and credit card to pay the membership fee using PayPal checkout (even without having a PayPal account).

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Please contact our member support at hello@interaction-design.org and they will provide all the information you need to do a wire transfer to our account in Denmark.

My company wants to buy me a membership; should I choose a company membership?

If you want to take courses just for yourself, then you’ll need an individual/professional membership, not a company membership. Company memberships are only for groups of people within the same company.

What is the difference between a Professional and a Student membership?

The student membership includes the very same benefits as a Professional membership — except for 2 things:
You will appear as a "student" to the other IDF members. In other words, if you want to use your membership to network and get a job, then you should probably go for the Professional membership.

You can take a maximum of three courses at the same time. You can still take all the courses you want with no extra charges – just as long as you finish them (or drop them) so that you don’t have more than three ongoing courses at the same time.

Are your courses only offered online?

While the course material is 100% online and self-paced, there are many ways in which IDF's UX design training can be applied on-ground too. For example, we offer group exercises inside each of our courses where you can learn from, and with, your peers.

Furthermore, through our bustling discussion forums, members can connect with a global community of design practitioners who will help you understand content as well as help tackle your own business problems. You will also be invited to join regular local meet-ups in more than 450 cities, and you can choose to host one too!

Do you provide mostly beginners' or more advanced courses?

We provide courses for all levels of mastery and accross the full spectrum. If you’re new to design, you can start from our beginner courses and progress all the way up to our advanced ones. If you’re an established designer, on the other hand, you will find some of our lower-level courses provide a good refresher—and the advanced ones, a bit of a challenge.

Who are the intended users for your courses?

Our courses are designed with many different users in mind—from a UX Designer who is starting out in his/her first job, to a more senior designer who wants to specialize. There are plenty of offers to choose from in a wide array of areas. Additionally, our courses offer something for practically anyone—from a Sales Rep, to a Marketing Manager. Design education can be applied and become beneficial to all roles within a company.

How much time is needed to complete a course?

Once enrolled in a course, you will gain access to a new lesson each week, which you are free to complete without any deadlines and no end date, either.

Your courses are online, so how will I connect with members?

At the IDF, you can find thousands of helpful designers in our global community. Discuss your problems in our forums to get valuable input from other designers, or head to an IDF meet-up to have an in-depth conversation with designers nearby. With IDF Local Groups in every city, you and your team can connect with UX professionals near you and gain fresh perspectives on your problems.