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Brenda Sanderson
2009

Tim Brown in conversation with Allan Chochinov: Keynote

Tim Brown in conversation with Allan Chochinov: Keynote

9 Mar 2015 - 10:12am
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Brenda Sanderson
2009

Interaction15 Recap

Interaction15 recap

9 Mar 2015 - 10:08am
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Brenda Sanderson
2009

Mike Monteiro

 Interaction15 keynote

12 Feb 2014 - 4:25pm
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IxDconf
2012

Svenja Keune: Communicative Surfaces

What kind of effects do interfaces+interactions have to our everyday life, our senses, our behaviour? How can textiles makea change?

IxDconf
2012

Four questions for Lisa Ma

The Interaction14 team launched a series of Interaction Design Conversations, to boost the rich debate that is going on in the interaction design community.

We asked Lisa Ma, 'speculative' interaction designer and researcher, these four questions:

IxDconf
2012

Four questions for Leisa Reichelt

The Interaction14 team launched a series of Interaction Design Conversations, to boost the rich debate that is going on in the interaction design community.

We asked Leisa Reichelt, Head of User Research at the Government Digital Service in the UK Cabinet Office, these four questions:

IxDconf
2012

Four questions for Bruce Sterling

The Interaction14 team launched a series of Interaction Design Conversations, to boost the rich debate that is going on in the interaction design community.

We asked writer Bruce Sterling  these four questions:

Yohan Creemers
2008

Shit Interaction Designers Say

Satarical video made during the Interaction12 conference in Dublin by Marina Posniak, Alex Cheek, Fawn Ellis, Mike Altman and Kimberly Harvey.

 

8 May 2011 - 6:11am
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Yohan Creemers
2008

Ana Domb: Tacky and Proud: Brazil's Tecnobrega Audiences

Ana Domb Krauskopf does user experience and cultural research at THE MEME Design, she has also worked as a journalist, film and music producer and cereal mascot. Her work has always revolved around creativity and audiences. She recently obtained a Master of Science degree from the Comparative Media Studies program at MIT where she worked with the Convergence Culture Consortium. In 2007 she co-authored "If It Doesn't Spread, It's Dead: Creating Value in a Spreadable Marketplace" with Dr. Henry Jenkins and Xiaochang Li.

8 May 2011 - 5:57am
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Yohan Creemers
2008

Susan Wyche: Design for the Developing World

Susan Wyche is a Computing Innovation Fellow at Virginia Tech's Center for Human-Computer Interaction. Her research focuses on human-computer interaction, design and cultural studies of technology. In her dissertation, Wyche used religion as a lens to understand how alternative worldviews can inform design. She has explored how Muslims in Atlanta, Charismatic Pentecostals in Sao Paulo, and Protestant Christians in Nairobi, use mobile phones, computers, and the Internet to support their religious practices.

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