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Nov 13, 2020
May-Li Khoe
We are beyond thrilled to announce the Jury for the 2021 Interaction Awards.
May-Li Khoe
I’m so excited to announce that this year, for the first time ever, IxDA is able to provide a discount for indie and non-profit submissions. Thanks to feedback from artist-designer April Soetarman, we realized that people working independently may not be able to enter without a bit of a boost. The team took this feedback and made it happen. We hope that it encourages those of you we know are out there, making magic happen on a shoestring budget, out of your own deep independent creative drive.
Angel Anderson
We’re happy to announce the new extended submission deadline of Sunday, 15 November at 11:59 PDT. If you’re worried that your work couldn’t compare, check out our last blog post for examples of why you should ignore that negative voice in your head.
Angel Anderson
You still might be hesitant to enter. Don’t be. We invite you to gently ignore that dialog in your mind that might be saying your work couldn’t compare.
Angel Anderson
The Jury Chair is one of the most vital roles for the Interaction Awards to fill each year – helping curate and lead the jury, while ensuring the very best work is recognized. This person also takes on the responsibility of accounting for diversity, and responding to submissions ethically in a way that reflects the global community.
Angel Anderson
We've launched a podcast, to discuss and celebrate our history of excellence in past award winners and share the intriguing stories that got them there.
Rob Nero
It is a new Awards year, and while it has been a unique and challenging year so far, the start of a new cycle has us reminiscing about the Awards in year's past.

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