What if interaction designers thought about interfaces as actual human beings instead of as dumb control panels? In this talk, we'll see how certain emerging technologies and a better understanding of human behavior can engage users on a more intimate physical, conversational,and emotional level.


Christopher Fahey is a founding partner and user experience director at Behavior, an award-winning New York web design consultancy focused on building compelling and elegant user experiences for business and culture. At Behavior, Chris led the IA and UXD strategies for clients and projects in many industries, including BusinessWeek, The National Geographic Channel, UNICEF, HBO, The Smithsonian Institution, McGraw-Hill, JPMorgan Chase, XM satellite Radio, AARP, the AIGA, and The Onion. He teaches at the School of Visual Arts' new interaction design MFA program in 2009. His internet artwork has been featured in the Whitney and the New Museum. Chris also blogs about design, technology, culture and whatever else he's interested in at graphpaper.com

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