Design Museum stages This Happened interaction talk

Interaction design event This Happened will take place this month at the Design Overtime festival, held at the Design Museum.

This Happened is a series of talks aimed at opening up a dialogue and creating a greater understanding of the stories behind multimedia and interaction design.

The project encourages people to share information on concepts and production processes. Established practitioners, commercial companies and students are all involved.

Among those taking part in this session are creative digital knowledge specialist Daniel Brown, product design specialist Yuri Suzuki, Tobie Kerridge of Material Beliefs – a company that brings together designers and engineers – and multidisciplinary design practice Cinimod Studio.

Four speakers will talk for up to ten minutes. This will be followed by a question and answer session.

This Happened takes place on 19 September at the Design Museum, London SE1.



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