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Talking about games and sustainability

November 5, 2017


Someone asked me today if I know of anyone who has thought about connections between games design and sustainability. They’ve come to the right place.  Turns out I’ve talked to a lot of people in this space: Josh Tanenbaum:    Design fictions through games Ann Pendelton-Julian:  (architecture really, but interesting thoughts about games creating conditions) […]

Design for developing scientific inquiry

May 22, 2012


At CHI recently I met with Michael Gubbels who is a graduate student in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland. Michael and his colleagues are working on SINQ: Scientific INQuiry Learning using Social Media. This is exciting work. Promoting the process of scientific inquiry in this manner is aligned with the PISA study’s Green […]

Computing is ubiquitous, but experiences are design-led

July 1, 2010


Knuth described the “art of programming”, but the relationship between art and code is somewhat uneasy. For many years we have seen papers at conferences making excuses for computing students’ inabilities when it comes to design. Those of us who teach computing have all sat through assessments where students show us something functional but truly […]