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The center and the periphery: beyond Eurocentrism

COLUMN: INIT

The center and the periphery: beyond Eurocentrism

By Ahmed Ansari, Raghavendra Kandala, June 2016

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Design Livre: designing locally, cannibalizing globally

SECTION: Features

Design Livre: designing locally, cannibalizing globally

Design Livre is a conversation about creative ways of resisting the bad effects of globalization, such as technological dependence. This article tells the story of how this conversation started, where is it going now, and what is the relevance of its underlying topics.

By Frederick M. C. van Amstel, Rodrigo Freese Gonzatto, June 2016

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Building a toolkit for fabricating interactive objects

Building a toolkit for fabricating interactive objects

Despite the recent proliferation of easy-to-use personal fabrication devices, designing custom objects that are useful remains challenging. RFID technology can allow designers to easily embed rich and robust interaction in custom creations at low cost.

By Andrew Spielberg, Alanson Sample, Scott E. Hudson, Jennifer Mankoff, James McCann, April 2016

PDF | HTML | In the Digital Library