EuroIA 2015

Madrid, 24 – 26 September



The origins of EuroIA

In late 2003, a tiny group of new-media evangelists decided to develop an international event that focused on the growing fields of information architecture (IA) and user experience (UX). Today, we are one of the most prestigious events in our field. Not only does our viewpoint remain uniquely European, we have also created professional networks and personal friendships across the continent. This, in turn, has enabled the creation of over 20 local events each year, plus countless meet-up groups. All in all, over 15,000 people attended events till now that can be directly traced back to EuroIA. Throughout the years, we have worked hard to:

  • Share experiences across national, cultural, and linguistic boundaries;
  • Encourage the practice of information architecture, user experience and related disciplines;
  • Promote national communities of practice;
  • Help mature emerging markets in Central and Eastern Europe.

Sounds interesting? Want to get involved? Talk to us!

The EuroIA summits so far

  • EuroIA 2005 (Brussels, Belgium)
  • EuroIA 2006 (Berlin, Germany)
  • EuroIA 2007 (Barcelona, Spain)
  • EuroIA 2008 (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • EuroIA 2009 (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • EuroIA 2010 (Paris, France)
  • EuroIA 2011 (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • EuroIA 2012 (Rome, Italy)
  • EuroIA 2013 (Edinburgh, Scotland)
  • EuroIA 2014 (Brussels, Belgium) ~ Closing the first decade, where it all began.

Our Code of Conduct

EuroIA is a conference for an international community of professionals. The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is the official organiser. Our community is diverse and inclusive, and for a decade now, our conferences have strived to be enriching and safe for everyone who attends. Therefore we ask you as attendee, speaker, sponsor, or volunteer to treat every person respectfully, regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, or national accent. When discussing or giving feedback, please be considerate.

We do not accept harrassing behavior, such as offensive verbal comments, deliberate intimidation, stalking, sustained disruption of talks or other events. Unwelcome or inappropriate physical contact is absolutely forbidden, as is the presentation of sexual content/language that is not directly relevant to the message being shared. We are responsible for the safety of our participants. If you feel you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please do the following – and in this order:

  • Ask the offending person to cease and desist.
  • Notify an ASIS&T official or the conference staff, who will assist you, so you feel safe and the issue at hand is resolved.

We reserve the right to take any actions we deem necessary to enforce this code of conduct, including verbal warnings or removing participants from the conference without refund.