WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, "THE TABLET"
Books. Magazines. Televisions. We hear these words, and understand well what shape their content will take. But “tablet?” “Digital magazine?” How do we need to consider design and behavior differently? Hear from four perspectives how telling stories in new spaces influences new experiences.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
- Matt Jacobs, Product Manager, Six Apart
- Sophie Kleber, Experience Lead, HUGE
- Alexis Lloyd, Creative Technologist, Research and Development group, The New York Times
NOTE OF CHANGE
Please note that Alexis Lloyd will be replacing Khoi Vinh as speaker for the evening. Alexis joins us from the Research and Development Lab at The New York Times, where she investigates technology trends and prototypes future interfaces for content delivery. If you have inquiries about your ticket or would like to request a change, please contact us at interactiondesign at sva.edu.
ABOUT THE LECTURE SERIES
The Dot Dot Dot Lecture Series is meant for broad explorations of interaction design, business, and aesthetic inspiration. Practitioners and thought leaders give short talks in an informal setting. Wisdom will be revealed and methods will be shared in a environment intended to satisfy both social and scholarly pursuits.
ABOUT THE MFA INTERACTION DESIGN PROGRAM AT SVA
The new MFA in Interaction Design is an inventive two-year program that trains students to intimately understand how design can affect human behavior, and to think more holistically about the products and services they’re creating. The program explores the strategic role of interaction design in shaping everyday life, and intends to increase the relevancy of design to business and society so designers can make a difference.
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MFA Interaction Design
The MFA in Interaction Design program trains students to research, analyze, prototype, and design concepts in their business, social, and cultural contexts. It explores the strategic role of interaction design in shaping everyday life, and intends to increase the relevancy of design to business and to society so designers can make a difference.
More information, visit: http://interactiondesign.sva.edu/