People are improvising. Whether intentional or not, designers are putting forth opportunities for people to engage in frameworks, giving them connections to take advantage of (or not). This session explores how these frameworks take hold and what the opportunities are for interaction designers.
LIZ DANZICO-SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS
Liz Danzico is equal parts designer, educator and editor. She has organized information across a variety of industries, including retail, publishing, media and entertainment, nonprofit, and financial services. She co-founded (with Steven Heller) and is Chair of the MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts. She is an independent consultant in New York and user experience consultant of Happy Cog, on the editorial board for Rosenfeld Media, and columnist for Interactions Magazine. Liz has taught design at the New School University, the Fashion Institute of Technology, and Columbia University. She's been editor-in-chief for A Brief Message, editor-in-chief for Boxes and Arrows, and an advisory board member for the Information Architecture Institute.
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