We are now wrapping up our coverage of the 2016 MA shows, and in this post you can find all the interviews of 2016 MA Interaction Design graduates in one place:
Kelly Berry-Beyond Empathy
Erica Jewell- Sea Sensing Continue reading “MA Interaction Design 2016 wrap-up: all the interviews”
In her graduation project from the MA in Interaction Design (class of 2016), Julie L. Parisi investigates our connection with the issues we care about, and how these connections are formed:
What is your project about, in a nutshell, and what made you choose this particular topic?
The DIY Think Tank game explores the space between care as a concept and the act of caring. What is it that sparks engagement with, and understanding of issues? How do we decide what to care about? Is there a distinction to make between the act of ‘showing that you care’ and the act of caring about something? These are the core research questions for this project. Continue reading “MA Design graduates 2016: Julie L. Parisi explores caring as an act of engagement”
Sharon’s graduation project is a device that records and plays back stories and memories.
Erica Jewell’s graduation project from the MA in Interaction Design tackles encourages people living in coastal areas to engage with the issue of climate change in a practical way: