Our 2019 Awards Co-Chairs!

Introducing new co-chair Fabricio Dore 👏🏽

Ruth Tupe
Ruth Tupe
Aug 1, 2018 · 3 min read
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We are happy to announce that we have a new awards co-chair, Fabricio Dore, who will be steering the team together with Rodrigo Vera. They are both looking forward to seeing your work and greeting you at the next Interaction Awards celebration on Sunday evening, 10 February, 2019, during the Interaction Week in Seattle, United States.

Co-chair, Interaction Awards, Initiative Lead

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Rodrigo is a Chilean UX designer. He graduated in Graphic Design from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso and received an Advanced Design Master’s degree (MADA) from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Head of UX at IDA (Chilean UX consulting), he splits his professional life with academia, as professor in the Information Architecture & User Experience Diploma at Universidad Central and teaching the Interaction design and User Experience course in the Advanced design master’s degree PUC (MADA).

With more of 10 years experience in Chile supporting the promotion of the interaction design, Rodrigo has served as a Local Leader for IxDA Santiago since 2014, and co-chaired Interaction South America 2016.

He is interested in interaction design beyond the digital platform — how it can provide better experiences in public spaces and make real changes in the lives of people.

Co-chair, Interaction Awards, Initiative Lead

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Fabricio is Associate Partner & VP of Design at McKinsey & Company where he helps companies become more human-centered and prepared to compete in the digital economy. He brings design leadership to the creation of digital products and services, that ultimately drive organizational change.

From designing one of the world’s first in-car digital experiences to electric connected cars, medical devices, global content platforms, multiple financial services applications, his career took him to Sweden, SF, Chicago, Munich, Shanghai, London, and many other places, but also back to Brazil where he created the practice of Digital Innovation at Itaú Unibanco and was one of the pioneers of Design Thinking in the country.

Fabricio has also worked at IDEO, Huge and SapientNitro. He’s graduated in Industrial Design (UFRJ, Brazil) and in Interaction Design (Umeå Institute of Design, Sweden). He has been involved with IxDA helping organize the Munich chapter and playing an active role in the community in São Paulo.

Fabricio believes designers have the responsibility to constantly reconnect us with humanity, create meaning and help us navigate complexity.

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Ruth Tupe

Addicted to: coffee, period dramas, and making sense of things. Interaction designer, researcher, strategist.

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The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is a member-supported organization, focusing on interaction design issues for the practitioner, no matter their level of experience.

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