I’m confused by the streams and timezones. Can you explain, please?
The show is broadcasted 3 times
You can join any.
- Or all of them #teamnosleep
- Dedicated Q&A on each block
Meet with your local peers
- Or anyone around the planet, really. This website can help you find out if they are awake, https://everytimezone.com/s/40d1a5e1
What are the dates?
Our conference dates are 2-4 March 2022 - depending on your time zone. Workshops will be programmed on 1 March.
Will the conference videos be available after Interaction 22?
All of the Interaction 22 talks will be available following the conference. The recordings are available to attendees only for the first 30 days and then to the public after that.
What about time zones? Will I have to wake up early / stay up late to see talks?
Just like Interaction 21, we will be live streaming 24 hours of content each day, in three 8 hr content blocks. This means that no matter your timezone, you’ll have access to the conference, and everything that goes with it!
Will there be an in-person version?
We’re curating for international content and expect to have live hosts as we did for Interaction 21. We won’t rule out some presenters being ‘live to a studio audience’, but we’re working from the premise that our primary user will be coming to the content online.
Will Interaction follow its usual format?
While we won’t be welcoming you to a new physical location, we will be building a new experience for Interaction Week as a global event. Building on what we learned from Interaction 21 and Interaction Latin America — our goal is to deliver an experience designed to engage our community wherever you find yourselves, with content that taps into our global reach.
Is it only virtual?
While we won’t be welcoming you to a new physical location, we will be building a new experience for Interaction Week as a global event. Building on what we learned from Interaction 21 — and are learning with Interaction Latin America — our goal is to deliver an experience designed to engage our community wherever you find yourselves, with content that taps into our global reach.
Will there be social events?
Yes. Interaction will feature breaks for attendees to form meaningful connections, socialize, play games, and visit our sponsors. And as we curate our keynote speakers, we hope to offer a view of their locations – whether that's peeking into studios or discovering some of their favorite spots in their cities!
How does 1:1 ticket matching work?
You can apply for a free ticket by signing up here. Simply tell us why you want to attend.
Tickets will be allocated by random draw and the quantity available will be based on the number of full price regular tickets purchased. We made one draw December, and will be making two more – the end of January and the end of February. Selected recipients will be notified via email.
What does my ticket cover?
Conference tickets do not include Interaction 22 workshops. Workshop tickets do not include access to the Interaction 22 conference.
When you buy an Interaction 22 ticket, we'll match it with a free ticket for someone who can't purchase a ticket of their own.
Why pay for a ticket when the talks will just be online for free later?
Creating the Interaction experience includes services that aren't free – offering our speakers an honorarium, paying for the technical production necessary to make the experience a success, and ensuring the content is accessible through captioning and – possibly – translation.
Simply put, without a fee, we wouldn't be able to convene the content, so there wouldn't be any talks to put online later for free.
Can I volunteer
Interaction 22 is just around the corner! While we have some great speakers and workshops lined up, none of them could be possible without the backstage heroes: volunteers! As we get closer to the conference, we are now recruiting volunteers to assist us with different aspects during the live event.
Is there still going to be a call for speakers?
Oh yes, definitely. A founding principle of Interaction is that this is a platform for the community, curated by the community. The Call for Proposals closed in December.