Released June 2014: Why do we make? Connecting: Makers examines how the connected world is changing the nature of creativity. When everyone is a maker, new possibilities emerge, but with them come new responsibilities about digital transparency, cultural awareness, and the role of the designer.
Benedetta Piantella, NYU ITP
Carla Diana, Smart Design
Bill Buxton, Microsoft
Bruce Nussbaum, Parsons
Mike Glaser, Drexel University
Gordon Hui, Smart Design
Marie O'Mahony, OCAD University
Brit Morin, Brit+Co
Tucker Fort, Smart Design
Bre Pettis, Makerbot
Released in 2012. What is Interaction Design? Connecting explores this question with some of the industry's foremost thought leaders. When digital and physical worlds become one, new behaviors become possible, enabling connected humans with a collective capacity to change the world. Featured on Fast Company, Forbes, and The Creators Project.
Jennifer Bove, Kicker Studio
Andrei Herasimchuk, Twitter
Robert Murdock, Method
Jonas Löwgren, Malmö University
Eric Rodenbeck, Stamen
Robert Fabricant, Frog Design
Raphael Grignani, Method
Liz Danzico, School of Visual Arts
Helen Walters, Doblin
Younghee Jung, Nokia
Blaise Aguera y Arcas Microsoft
Massimo Banzi, Arduino
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Connecting Albert Shum, Mike Kruzeniski, and Kat Holmes
Connecting: Makers Albert Shum, Thamer Abanami, Kat Holmes, and Molly McCue
Connecting Tom Bassett, Andrew Casden, Cassandra Michel, Scott Fitzloff, and Ambika Jain
Connecting: Makers Tom Bassett, Andrew Casden, Scott Fitzloff, Ambika Jain, Siri Samahito, Gairo Cuevas, and Mike Ronkoske