DESIGNING MEDIA BILL MOGGRIDGE PDF

Reviews On the surface, just another anthology of interviews. But the interviews are so good! And the range of voices so rich! There is nobody better than Bill Moggridge to shed an illuminating beam upon the people behind these changes: not the technologists, but the writers, artists, musicians, editors, publishers, and dreamers who are changing our perceptions of the possible. Moggridge is a master of the interview—getting to the core and then collecting and distilling the essence in brief, insightful vignettes. This book is fun to peruse but even more worthy of thorough digestion, rumination, and reflection.

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Reviews On the surface, just another anthology of interviews. But the interviews are so good! And the range of voices so rich! There is nobody better than Bill Moggridge to shed an illuminating beam upon the people behind these changes: not the technologists, but the writers, artists, musicians, editors, publishers, and dreamers who are changing our perceptions of the possible.

Moggridge is a master of the interview—getting to the core and then collecting and distilling the essence in brief, insightful vignettes. This book is fun to peruse but even more worthy of thorough digestion, rumination, and reflection. Don Norman Nielsen Norman Group, author of Living with Complexity We often hear that mainstream media like television and print are dead. Or perhaps undead—thoughtless, empty shells of human culture and creativity that will soon be vanquished by the heroism of digital technologies.

But one need not look far to see that such claims are simply wrong. People still watch TV, go to bookstores, buy CDs, and so on. In Designing Media, Bill Moggridge and his interviewees show us that something more subtle is happening: pre- and post-digital media are combining in weird and complex ways—neither one winning or losing, but each changing the other. Like this book, the future of media is not a vanquishing of monsters but a series of conversations between forms.

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Designing Media [With DVD]

Start your review of Designing Media [With DVD] Write a review Jan 21, Deb Oestreicher rated it really liked it If you read this collection of interviews with important people in the world of design, technology, and media in or later, you should realize that the interviews were conducted circa , and some of the discussions are dated. Still, the interviews are interesting to read. The If you read this collection of interviews with important people in the world of design, technology, and media in or later, you should realize that the interviews were conducted circa , and some of the discussions are dated. The questions generally focus on how the interviewees got where they are, where their big ideas came from, their core principles, and how they operate. These are all people who have changed the world to different extents. The interviews are really just enough to pique your interest; they are neither long nor terribly deep. I found the commentary surrounding the interviews somewhat lacking in depth and analysis.

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