EuroIA 2016 in Amsterdam has come to an end.
Thank you all for 3 inspiring days of workshops, talks, slams, drinks and lots of fun.
EuroIA 2017 will be held in Stockholm!
Here is a recap of what happened at EuroIA 2016. Many thanks to our publishing team and reporters in residence for putting this together.
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As EuroIA 2016 co-chairs, we would like to thank the whole team for making this edition an unforgettable one!
Sylvie Daumal, Konstantin Weiss and Koen Peters
What practical differences do UX designers face for products/services which combine physical and digital? Claire Rowland is an independent product design and UX research/strategy consultant specialising in the Internet of Things (IoT).
How will connected things change our lives on larger scales? Alanus von Radecki is Director of a Fraunhofer Innovation Network, coordinating 20 companies, 12 Fraunhofer-Institutes and 15 cities on innovation projects for sustainable urban development.
How does a world of connectedness affect the development of human beings? Alistair S. Duff, who read philosophy at the Universities of London and Glasgow, explains the impact of an always-connected world on society.
EuroIA returns to Amsterdam, the city that in 2008 hosted probably the most successful and definitely the most well-attended of all EuroIA conferences.
EuroIA 2016 takes place at The Renaissance Hotel, in the heart of Amsterdam, within walking distance of the Amsterdam central train station and Amsterdam's main highlights.
The Renaissance Hotel
Amsterdam, 1012 SZ
+31 (0)20 621 2223
EuroIA is the leading Information Architecture (IA) and User Experience (UX) conference for Europe.
EuroIA has travelled through Europe over the years: Brussels, Barcelona, Rome, Berlin, Paris, Prague... In 2016 we return to Amsterdam. Learn more about EuroIA.
EuroIA is organized by volunteers all around Europe, with three co-chairs, an active committee and over 35 country ambassadors. Find out who is who at EuroIA.