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Unintended Consequences: design [in|for|and] the age of ubiquitous computing

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Every technology’s most profound social and cultural changes are invisible at the outset. Cheap information processing and networking technology is a brand new phenomenon, culturally speaking, and quickly changing the world in fundamental ways. Designers align the capabilities of a technology with people’s lives, so it is designers who have the power and responsibility to think about what this means.

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Unintended Consequences: design [in|for|and] the age of ubiquitous computing

  1. 1. Unintended Consequences design [in|for|and] the age of ubiquitous computing Mike Kuniavsky Web Directions South, Sydney October 14, 2011
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