The Myth of Dematerialisation, Sacha Assi & Thalia Kassem, Paris, 2018

Interface et Création

or inquiries on the future of interface design

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Things and fields will be looking at...

 

  • Smooth design versus friction design

  • Speculative and fiction design

  • UX design theory

  • Interface ecology

  • The myths of digital culture

  • From bits to paper

  • Misbehaving objects

  • Super-objetcs

  • Interface prototyping

  • Design Methodologies

  • Heuristics

 

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