Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Jon: A core theme of this issue of interactions has been the relationship between interaction design and education: how to teach it, how to learn it, and how to live it. As a designer, I'm obviously biased toward design education, as I see design as a core tenet of life, akin to reading and writing. Design has often been characterized as "dreaming" or "problem solving," both of which I consider underpinnings of human life. At the same time, I see the value in logic and pragmatism, and I'm often challenged professionally to "prove it" or "back it up with…
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