The World Information Architecture Day 2015 Switzerland will take place at the Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ in Zürich. Join us for an afternoon full of insights from fabulous international and Swiss speakers.
If you are new to Information Architecture or an experienced professional, we would love to meet you and share the ways Information Architecture makes a difference in our lives. There are 100 spots and participation is free.
Date & time: Saturday, February 21, Afternoon
Visit our website for more informations: wiadswitzerland.org
The WIAD Zürich will take place in the Foyer of the NZZ Building right next to our beautiful opera at Bellvue.
Address: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Falkenstrasse 11, 8008 Zürich
From Zürich Main Station take Tram 4 or 11 to «Opernhaus» (stops next to the venue) or the S-Bahn to «Bahnhof Stadelhofen» (3 minute walk)
The NZZ Foyer is wheelchair-accessible.
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