What’s the Purpose of an IDF Local Event?
There are many things you can get out of an IDF Local event:
- It’s a chance to share ideas on the future of design.
- It’s a chance to work on problems together with other like-minded people.
- It’s a chance to build a personal network that may be able to help you track down career opportunities or offer other insights.
- It’s a chance to learn more about design and to teach others about your own expertise (if you want to do so).
- It’s a chance to have a little fun and broaden your social sphere too.
Who Should Attend an IDF Local Event?
What if There Isn’t an IDF Local Event Near Me?
If you’d like to become an IDF local leader; contact us and let us know – we’d be happy to support you in setting up a local group and help you to hold local meetings too.
So What’s Going On and Where this Week?
- In Columbia on the 12th of November there will be the very first UX Meetup led by Sara Chizari and with a talk given by Dean Schuster, a partner at True Matter, and a UX and Usability Consultant.
- Then on the 13th in Brazil there’s the IDF Manaus Meeting with Francimar Rodrigues Maciel and Karla Pacheco at the helm.
- Also on the 13th but this time in Linz, Austria we have Sefan Wasserbauer’s IDF meeting with a GUI Battle Royale planned!
- Moving on to the 14th you’ll find the wonderfully active group in Santiago, Chile run by Alexis Brantes Rodriguez and Pamela Donoso Oggero.
Non-IDF Events That Might Be Near You
Don’t forget to check our calendar out every week for events that aren’t run by the IDF but might be of interest to you. Please remember that we have no influence over the quality, pricing, etc. of these events and you should check out all details carefully before committing to anything.
This week sees:
- UX Brighton 2014: Practical Philosophy on the 14th in the UK
- Dia Internacional de la Usabilidad on the 14th
- Primer Seminario CITIAPS de Experiencia de Usuario on the 14th
- 3rd Workshop on Smart Material Interfaces: Materials for Smarter Interfaces on the 16th
- The ACM International Confernce on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces on the 19th