Breaking traditional boundaries of interaction

XVI.5 September + October 2009
Page: 55
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FEATUREMyth of the design process


Authors:
August de los Reyes

During our college days at a small, boho-prep institution tucked away in a sleepy corner of New England, my Bulgarian friend Iskra studied philosophy while I spent my time running between the arts building and the computer labs doing "that design and computer thing"¬óback then, none of my classmates knew exactly what to call my field of study. It had been at least a decade since I had last seen Iskra, whose name means "sparkle." In the years after graduation, Iskra and I had lost touch as our paths twisted around the globe through our respective careers, only to…




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