For the last ten years, my work has involved some aspect of the design and development of network-distributed informational applications. My career has relied on self-education, and thus self-discovery. Not only does this lend me a bit of freedom to formulate design thoughts in new ways, it also enables me to create new metaphors and to mix and match them, where previous articulations haven't quite satisfied me as clear enough. Lately, I have focused on exploring the foundations of interaction design. While visual design and industrial design share aspects of line, color, weight, type, volume, space, etc., interaction design…
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