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(Video) John Dimatos: PSFK Conference New York 2010
10 may 2010
John Dimatos, a Resident Researcher at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and teacher of ‘Designing for UNICEF,’ speaks on how design and human understanding impact social organization.
John Dimatos On Networked Objects, Creative Technology and Social Good
22 april 2010
Following his participation at our NYC Conference in April, PSFK had a chance to talk with John Dimatos, Resident Researcher at NYU’s Tisch Interactive Telecommunications Program.
DIWO As The New DIY: PSFK Conference, Good Ideas On Changemaking
15 april 2010
In the third part of our recent conference, Colin Beavan, Andrew Hoppin, John Dimatos, and Zach Lieberman talked about their approaches to changemaking.
PSFK Conference Speaker Interview: John Dimatos
17 march 2010
John Dimatos will be one of the speakers at our upcoming PSFK Conference 2010, taking place on April 9th. John is a Resident Researcher at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program and will be teaching 'Designing for UNICEF' in the fall.
PSFK Conference New York 2010 : Speakers Announced
24 february 2010
On April 9, PSFK will return for the fourth year to Manhattan to host one of the most inspirational events available for creative professionals today.
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