How To Reimagine Everyday Human Interaction

How To Reimagine Everyday Human Interaction
technology

Interaction Designer Momo Miyazaki, a Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design graduate student, is known for her playful creations that solve everyday problems people face. One of a series of interviews brought to you by the Heineken Ideas Brewery.

Kyana Gordon
  • 13 august 2012

PSFK spoke to Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design graduate student Momo Miyazaki about her work, which reimagines how humans interact with their environment. Inspired by Heineken’s new challenge to reinvent the Draught Beer Experience, PSFK.com has interviewed change-making creatives who are constantly reinventing the world around them. Momo incorporates a variety of design disciplines to create informed solutions to everyday problems that people face.  She also explores the specific emotional responses that people have to her work.

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