Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Richard and I took over the editorship of interactions magazine three years ago. In that short time, we've published 18 issues of content with the intent of satisfying both explicit and implicit goals, which were described in our first issue: To increase the relevance of this magazine to practitioners engaged in interaction practice To ensure that the content of the magazine is deep, diverse, and has a global relevance To place an emphasis on the people, technology, and experiences that merge in contemporary culture to create meaningful and positive interactions We set out to bring intellectual and thoughtprovoking content…
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