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History Thursday: Timelines

  I was talking about the history of the web (super briefly, in fact I made a joke that my version of the history of the web could serve as a script for a “Drunk History” episode) in a class about a week ago. I referenced Natalie Bookchin’s net.art history/timeline project, “A Story of Net Art”—a […]

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History Thursday: Chip Kidd on TIME

  Chip Kidd is known for his book jacket designs. He’s also the author of The Cheese Monkeys: A Novel in Two Semesters, a book that every graphic design student should read before graduation. Kidd is one of those super famous designers, his work wraps around some of the most beloved (and well-known) contemporary writers, […]

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Interactive Wednesday: Don’t Click It!

  I know I’ve posted about this site before but DontClick.it is really one of the best demonstrations of how trained we are to behave and interact with technology in specific movements (or gestures, as the case may be for certain phone or game console actions). It’s early in the semester. My interactive design students […]

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