Industrial Design and the User Interface
New Design Magazine
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The entire design process from concept to manufacture is increasingly the industrial designer’s domain and we have been busy equipping ourselves to take on the role. However there is one area where we could do with both a few more skills and tools. The all-pervading dominance of information technology has led to a boom in the number of products with a high level of complex human-machine interaction. Designers have taken on the interactive elements at one level, but we really do not have the tools to finish the job. This is an article about how this might be achieved.
Gill, S. (1999) Industrial Design and the User Interface In New Design Magazine
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