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Published on Nov 6, 2015
Speaker: John Harwood of University of Toronto
In The Interface architectural historian John Harwood’s book offers a fascinating account of how a group of modern designers defined, aestheticized, and scaled the look of computing. He takes their line of thinking one step further by exploring the ways in which everyday objects, like chairs, can teach us important lessons about interaction design.