My talk at DxF2009 in Utrecht last week was an hour’s wander around the idea of Time, particularly historical and cultural ideas of time.
My focus was time as a material for interaction design that we should deconstruct and reconstruct in order to create products and services that take advantage of new real-time web technologies.
1. Rahul Sen said on 26 October 2009...
Awesome presentation Mr Jones! Truly inspiring. Thanks for sharing.
2. taco said on 26 October 2009...
Thanks for posting, Matt! Your idea of regarding time as a malleable material, part of a designer’s palette, is extremely inspiring. Hope to see more of this.
3. Jim Rossignol said on 29 October 2009...
That was great stuff.
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