Bill Moggridge talk at Ideo tonight (Bill DeRouchey)
3 Nov 2006 - 1:13pm
7 years ago
As a design consultant that's combined industrial design with
interface/interaction/experience/system design since 1983, I can only
boggle at such a claim.
I mean, even with ZIBA, Bill, its founder Sohrab Voussoughi visited
me at my office in the early 1990s to discuss interaction design and
the importance of whole product design. And my work in collaboration
with Lunar Design went back years prior to that. Industrial Design
was embracing the idea of interaction design way before the web came
along, and in *multiple places.*
There's a *lot* of interaction design history that's not been
acknowledged or recognized, despite the big organizations currently
discussing their versions of the discipline's history.
> As someone from ZIBA, I feel like I should chime in here. I can't > speak for the other fine companies, but it's true, ZIBA as a whole > isn't formally tied to the UX community. Until just a handful of > years ago, the UX community was mostly concerned with the onscreen > world and the product design companies with the offscreen world. > But only recently have these two worlds begun to overlap. > Recognizing this overlap, they've been gracious to send me to the > last two IA Summits and I'll be there again next year. This time, I > will hopefully be co-running a workshop, representing a ZIBA angle > on experience architecture.