Introducing Interaction Design Week 2022

October 12, 2022 by No Comments | Category Content Design, Digital Scotland, User-Centred Design

Interaction Design Week poster designed by Kevin Allen, Graphic Designer, Digital Directorate.

Interaction Design Week poster showing people using digital devices*.

Blog by Anusree Raju, Practice Head for Interaction Design, Digital Directorate.

World Interaction Design Day (#IxDD) was globally celebrated on September 27 2022. This is an annual event where interaction designers come together as a united global community to show how our practice improves the human condition.

About Interaction Design Week 2022

Inspired by the annual World IxDD event and based on the success of our first event ‘World Interaction design day 2021’, the Interaction Design community in Scottish Government (SG) is bringing together an internal event for the second time called ‘Interaction Design Week 2022’ during the first week of November.

Sharing our goals for IxDW 2022 event at SG:

  • Provide an opportunity to understand ‘Interaction Design’ and what ‘Interaction Designers’ do.
  • Raise awareness about User Centred Design (UCD) profession.
  • Share knowledge through online sessions

The event, which is fully online, will include presentations, design showcases and knowledge sharing.

About the event

In its second edition, this event will be virtual and free to attend. It will be an internal event and is open for staff at all levels and across all directorates and agencies at Scottish Government.

‘Interaction Design Week (IxDW) 2022’ will begin on November 1, 2022, and end on November 3, 2022.

The online sessions are spread across three days for flexibility and to provide an opportunity for everyone to attend.

If you have any questions for us, please feel free to send an email to:

*Interaction Design Week poster designed by Kevin Allen, Graphic Designer, Digital Directorate.

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