Poster Night is one of the highlights of the IA Conference experience. Attendees will browse the exhibits and chat with poster creators in a happy hour-like atmosphere, following the Thursday evening keynote on April 11.
Whether you’re a first-time presenter or an experienced practitioner, Poster Night is a fun and rewarding way to present your work and ideas at a major international conference. You’ll get to know the community and share your insights with people interested in your topic, all in a relaxed and engaging setting.
The deadline for poster submissions ended on February 7, 2024. If your poster was accepted, we’ll send you a how-to packet on preparing your poster and presentation.
When is Poster Night? What will I do as a presenter?
On Poster Night you’ll present your poster on site at the IAC in Seattle on Thursday, April 11 from 6 to 8 PM. You’ll stand and present to anyone who passes by your space and shows interest.
Am I Eligible for a conference discount?
Yes! As a poster presenter, you’ll get a discount code for conference registration, which will reduce your registration cost by $100. If your poster is a group effort, all presenters are eligible for the discount.
How complete does my poster need to be before i submit a proposal?
You don’t need a finished poster to submit. All you need is a concept. If your idea is accepted, you’ll need to send a draft of your poster for review by March 16.
Poster Night 2023
Hallway conversations often rank as the best part of any conference, hands down… Poster Night is like ONE BIG HALLWAY CONVERSATION to which you’re allowed to bring your own visual aid… I highly recommend Poster Night to first-timers and conference veterans alike!Jason Alderman
Experience Designer @ Cloud Chamber
I loved presenting at Poster Night! It was a fun, relaxed environment where I had numerous, insightful conversations and made connections that lasted far beyond the [conference] week.ANDREA DULKO
Interaction Designer @ Google
Poster Night is the ultimate ice-breaker: a casual, low risk way to chat with dozens of [IAs] whose paths you might not otherwise cross – made even easier because there’s a topic right there in front of you.Andy Fitzgerald
UX Architecture & Design Consultant
Poster Night allowed me to truly feel like a part of the IA community – speaking to peers and industry experts, I lost my imposter syndrome as my viewpoints and techniques were respected and my frustrations were found to be universal.Paige Dupont
Information Architect @ Logic Department