September 05, 2018
Reading Crawford’s The Art of Interactive Design made me think of an article written by Mark Rolston: The Myth of Human-Centered Design. This is because Crawford belives good interactive design considers both the form and function of the experience and Rolston’s article suggests that we shouldn’t solely impose human needs onto our technology. But instead be open to and allow our expectations to be shaped by our technology.
A perpetual work in progress blog documentating my NYU ITP projects. Words are my own.