Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
One of the main reasons interaction design is so magicaland so elusiveis because it touches on the very footprint of our collective soul: As we design explicitly for behavior, we affect implicitly our local culture and the fabric of our world. Transcending our local culture is our global dependence on relationships, on personal connections, and on our ability to share in the beauty, sensuality, and realism of humanity Emotions are often all too real, and the vibrancy of happiness and the pain of anguish paint our physical artifacts in a shallow and obvious glow. We've outgrown and outlived the…
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