I find it disappointing that your interesting and very sensible premise (which to me sounds like a…
Willi Kampmann
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Lovely response; whenever I read something like “Interaction design is dead”…I am always a bit suspicious; in the same vein as Mark Twain, rumors of the death of interaction design are greatly exaggerated. Your point about selfies is spot on: it’s what people naturally did…I noticed my daughter using the iPhone camera as a mirror to check her hair once, and thought, that’s clever…and then I began to observe many others doing the same in check out lines, at the stop light. We do not quite have the sort of bricolage that makes anything possible, but it is quite open. And, in practicalities, on the job market, if you are not an interaction designer (i.e., able to program interactions) you are probably at a great disadvantage…I did research on the current job market, and I don’t see the concepts surrounding interaction design going away any time soon…

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