Northwestern’s Center for Human-Computer Interaction + Design Thought Leaders Lecture: Pluriversal Design
Join Northwestern’s Center for Human-Computer Interaction + Design (HCI+D) for an engaging conversation about past, present, & future of design. This year, the Beyond Computers & Cognition group has met weekly to discuss pluriversal design.
When: Friday, December 4, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time (1-2 CST)
Contact: Northwestern Engineering Events
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Sponsor: Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
Co-Sponsor: NW's School of Communication
- Join Northwestern’s Center for Human-Computer Interaction + Design (HCI+D) for an engaging conversation about the past, present, and future of design. Over the last 10 months, the Beyond Computers and Cognition group has met weekly to discuss pluriversal design. Moderated by Northwestern University Professor Elizabeth Gerber, this panel will share their similar and differing perspectives and a call to action for the design community.
- Hear from leaders in the field including:
- Arturo Escobar - Author of Designs for Pluriverse; professor emeritus of anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- Fernando Flores - Co-author of Understanding Computers and Cognition; founder of Pluralistic Networks
- Don Norman - Author of The Design of Everyday Things; professor emeritus of computer science, Northwestern Engineering; co-founder, Segal Design Institute and master’s Engineering Design Innovation program; founding and current chair of the cognitive science department, University of California, San Diego
- B. Scot Rousse - Director of research at Pluralistic Networks, visiting scholar at University of California, Berkeley
- Terry Winograd - Author of Bringing Design to Software; co-author of Understanding Computers and Cognition; professor emeritus of computer science, Stanford University
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