Emilie Baltz: How Food Impacts Interactive Design [PSFK 2013]
The creator of a sensory, visually stunning book talks about her rationale behind the project, and how her methods can be used on a larger scale.
As part of the run-up to PSFK CONFERENCE 2013 in New York this April, PSFK will be publishing a series of short interviews with speakers to give a taste of what will be discussed in this meeting of creative minds. Emilie Baltz is the creator of L-O-V-E Foodbook, a publication which combines sensory delight with interaction design. She spoke to PSFK about the venture and what it means for the future of the interface.
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