Digital Materialities: Design and Anthropology
As the distinction between the digital and the material world becomes increasingly blurred, the ways in which we think about design are also shifting and evolving. Digital Materialities presents twelve chapters by scholars and practitioners working at the intersection between design and digital research in the UK, Spain, Australia and the USA. By incorporating in-depth understandings of the digital-material world from both the social sciences and design, the book considers how this combined knowledge might advance our capacity to design for the future.
Author Sarah Pink, Elisenda Ardèvol, Dèbora Lanzeni
Category Design Books