The People Will Be Heard

Writer Jennifer Kabat did a great piece for the Adobe Design Center on the potential for interactive technology to stoke public dialogue: The People Will Be Heard: Interactive technology in public spaces. It includes a look at interactive projects I have been involved in at ESI Design, as well as work by Jake Barton, David Small and AllofUs. A quote of mine she included: “No one wants to see themselves as just a consumer… the blip at the end of a production line. Now there are tools for being a participant, for being part of the conversation, and museums are becoming part of a two-way dialogue.”

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