Emphasis has shifted from editor to reader, stories have gone from individual to social, people are relying on patterns rather than interfaces. But as we move from designing artifacts to designing systems, are there new guidelines at work? We want users to be able to control their own experiences, but how do we ensure they have the right tools to do so? In this session from Webstock 08, Liz Danzico explored what it means to design in the age of frameworks and investigated their governing principles — learning from existing models as diverse as jazz music and oral cultures.
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