Designed Implications

Anthony Dunne // Dunne & Raby from Innovationsforum on Vimeo.

Anthony Dunne of Dunne & Raby, holds forth in characteristic modesty about design not for applications of technology, but for implications — creating a basis for dialogue and debate, rather than creating new, faster, shinier things. In this talk he discusses approaches to designing implications through his experiences and work that students in the RCA’s Design Interactions program have done through a course called “Complicated Needs”, approaching design not for “users” but people, with complicated emotions and desires and imperfections that are beyond the generic “user” we often consider when designing interactions.

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