On the highest level, it's interaction between the organizers and the government.
At "some" level everything interacts with everything! I've heard people
say "The sky is interactive.. it changes and affects people!!" Still
doesnt make it interaction design. And splitting hairs like calling the
signal orange t shirts "experience design" and isnt really neccesary. I
mean can't fashion just be fashion? If you really want to... you can
find interaction designer in everything... but why??
National Institute of Design
Jeff Howard wrote:
>I'm going to back Dan up on this. > >On the highest level, it's interaction between the organizers and the government. > >And on a lower, more observable level, the designers are facilitating >interaction between: >Wearers and Community >Community and Government > >I think this project is in bad taste, but it's still a good example of >interaction design. > >// jeff > > > >"Joshua Seiden" wrote: > >I know that we've discussed this before, but I am again >struck by the fact that you consider this an >interaction design project. > >Graphic design, yes; Fashion, yes; even Experience >Design I can see. But where is the interaction? I don't >see it happening between the wearer and the shirt, nor >between the shirt and the audience, except in the most >theoretical sense--a sense that would require including >literature as within the scope of interaction design. > >(I wonder if the Writer's Guild would make good allies >;-) > >JS >_______________________________________________ >Interaction Design Discussion List >discuss at interactiondesigners.com >-- >to change your options (unsubscribe or set digest): http://discuss.interactiondesigners.com >-- >Questions: lists at interactiondesigners.com >-- >Announcement Online List (discussion list members get announcements already) >http://interactiondesigners.com/announceList/ >-- >http://interactiondesigners.com/ > > > >