MFA Interaction Design Department Chair Liz Danzico is featured in the December 2011 issue of .net magazine, where she shares her insights on Web design and explains the work she and her students do together. “Interaction Design is about observing and designing for the relationship between people over time,” she told Tom May in .net. “That could be how it feels to swipe between screens on an iPad or iPhone, or something as simple as the way a door communicates to you that it’s push or pull.” She also points out that she makes sure her students “learn about decision making. And so when they go to actually design for a mobile device or a website, that foundational knowledge they have about how the things work give them a much richer sense in terms of larger system.”
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