Do We Take Interaction Design For Granted?

Do We Take Interaction Design For Granted?

In the series on interaction design we see a cross section of the way that interaction design manifests itself in daily life.

Sam McNerney
  • 10 march 2012

This week, PSFK is featuring a series of videos created by Christian Svanes Kolding that take on various aspects of the question: what makes great interaction design? His series explores the definition of the process, a discussion of its potential aspirations and how to achieve greatness, to more poetic documentations of various examples. The films were created for the Interaction Design Association in tandem with the first annual Interaction Awards, held in Dublin, February 2012, and can be downloaded via the website.

Submissions” is the fourth film in the series. It provides a rather raucous rock ‘n roll overview of all the projects that were shortlisted for the Interaction Design awards 2012. It’s a fun, fast-moving survey that highlights and recognizes the impressively wide variety of submissions.

They range from food stands, to apps, to interactive installations.

Take a look at the video below to get a cross section of the way interaction design manifests itself in everyday life, and realize that it we count on it more than we may realize.

Directed and edited by Christian Svanes Kolding (@cskolding).


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