Last year I spoke about the importance of knowing our field’s history at UX Brighton. One of my closing tips was to start reading the articles collected by Dan Saffer at the IxD Library. However, as is often the case with good advice, it is something I haven’t done myself (yet).
So, what if we do this all together, and read a selection of the articles and essays that have shaped the history of interaction design in a book club format?
It’s not easy to to pick a starting point, but the people who curated the great New Media Reader start with the following two texts:
A selection that I’m happy to follow and recommend.
11 June at 6.30PM
Somewhere in London.
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