Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Servicing design

Since my first work in graphic design for print, I have been interested in the way people interact with a book or a brochure, an image or font - in fact with the whole product. How do they consume the product, their preferences and prejudices.

Moving into web design in the 90's opened up a whole new area of human interaction with design. Drawing from emerging field of computer/human interaction, the web added a new layer to this evolving discipline, which now encompasses information architecture, interaction and now even service design:
"The second ICID is looking at how interaction design is moving beyond human-computer interaction to creating delightful and responsible individual, social, and organizational experiences."
The 'ICID' in the title stands for International Conference on Interaction Design.  It's being held in Hong Kong in November this year, and I want to be there.

For more information go to http://www.icidconference.com/

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