Support your interaction design friends and colleagues by sharing your favorite projects!
It’s coming down to the wire with just five more days left to submit to the 2013 Interaction Awards. We’ve got entries coming in every day, from all over the world, and they’re looking great! BUT we want to make sure we’ve got all the best projects entered. And you can help.
The Next Web is encouraging their readers to tweet about their favorite interaction design projects, and we’d love it if the interaction design community did the same. This is a great way to to make sure we’ve got the best projects represented this year, but it’s also important for the entire interaction design community and industry. Building awareness around great projects and publicly acknowledging great work is important, even in the form of a tweet. It’s all part of evolving the conversation as an industry and discussing what exemplifies the best of what our industry has to offer.
Don’t be shy about publicly supporting our friends and colleagues doing fantastic work! Help build the kind of awareness we collectively need as an industry and community. We can only truly educate people about the importance of interaction design if we engage them with great examples to learn from.
So join us and share projects that have inspired you and give your friends and colleagues a little shout out and support!
Here’s an example tweet from Harrison Weber from The Next Web
We’re looking forward to hearing about some of your best-loved projects!