Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Frequently, designers find themselves reflecting on the nuances of what makes us humanmatters of cognitive psychology, social interaction, and the desire for emotional resonance. This issue of interactions unpacks all of these ideas, exploring the gestalt of interaction design's influence. Sarah Kettley, a researcher and an artist, is most interested in understanding the relationship between wearable computing and body adornment. She writes about the relationship between craftsmanship and authenticity, illustrating a potential divide between design and craft. We can see a similar exploration of the ethereal in William Odom, Richard Banks, and Dave Kirk's piece "Reciprocity, Deep Storage, and…
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