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Special update: new deadline, rule changes for IxDA competition

Posted in information by Dan on November 26, 2009

I don’t think this blog’s current readership overlaps with the interaction design audience (yet). But since I did post about the IxDA (Interaction Design Association) student competition several weeks ago, and because this piece of information is urgent, you should know:

Yesterday, IxDA announced that the deadline for the competition was extended an entire month, to December 31, and that the competition is now open to group submissions, with some restrictions.

The original iteration of the rules set a deadline for November 30 and only allowed submissions from individuals. So, for anyone already planning to enter, this is a sudden change; for everyone else, you have more time to change your mind and enter, and you can submit a project that you started with a group.

There are still some important details and limitations. So, read the announcement and then look at the official rules for the competition.

For those who don’t care about the above: just so this post isn’t a waste, here’s something cool. Happy Thanksgiving!


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