Interaction is the annual conference put on by the IxDA, and next February it returns to the city that hosted the inaugural event in 2008, Savannah. This year promises a program full of content as interesting as the previous years, and I’m lucky enough to have been chosen to try and contribute to that.
I’ll be talking around the idea of solitude: why it’s important as a mental state, why the products and services we use every day might be making it harder to attain, how some people strive for it, and how we might design to enable it. Plus, I’ll be judging the design challenge, among other things. Hopefully I’ll see you there.