Tuesday, March 24, 2015
10AM PT, San Francisco
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
We live with machines all around us. The fabric of our cities is made up of connected nodes that track weather, traffic, and commerce. These machines send us messages, tell us what to wear, show us entertainment, and monitor our behaviour. Our physical world is networked and made of code, and we usually don't even notice it. This is the programmable world, a world in which we now live.
This webcast will examine different aspects and perspectives on the networked world, and specifically how designers play a part in shaping it. It will include discussion of new design skills approaches that help us work with these new technologies and systems.