Pixelsumo is a blog about interaction, with an emphasis on play, installation, video game culture, playgrounds and toys. Written by Chris O'Shea.
Digital by Design: Crafting Technology for Products and Environments by Troika has just been released in the UK (US in Feb 2009). Buy online. Text description from Thames & Hudson.. Troika is a multi-disciplinary art and design practice founded by Conny Freyer, Sebastien Noel and Eva Rucki. In “Digital by Design”, Troika presents the most […]
I’ve been slow off the block with this one, but now I’m finally subscribed to Neural magazine. The latest issue is packed with goodness, including interviews with Golan Levin and Rafael Lozano Hemmer. I also bought the back issue pack to do some catch-up reading (shown above). Subscribe now. (thanks Regine)
Designing Interactions looks like one of the most interesting and useful books that I have seen in a while. Written by Bill Moggridge, designer of the first laptop computer and a founder of the design firm IDEO. “Bill Moggridge introduces us to forty influential designers who have shaped our interaction with technology. The early chapters […]
If you are reading this in the UK and you haven’t heard of the American magazine Make yet, I highly recommend that you go and buy it. This issue, “Music and Kits for the Holidays”, is mostly about sound projects. I wrote an article on Beatbox by Andy Huntington. Highlights of this issue include: – […]
A very interesting book has just been published and there is an event in London tomorrow evening for the launch. 4dspace: Interactive Architecture A series of essays and interviews on the cultural issues raised by the emergence of interactive architecture are contributed by a wide range of international commentators including; Lucy Bullivant, guest editor of […]
Creative Code from John Maeda is now available. I’ve been waiting for this one since I saw it announced at the start of the year. It’s a really good book. It has lots of guest essays from people I greatly respect, too many to list. It’s also very clear from the book how much of […]