Designing Media (The MIT Press) [Bill Moggridge] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Connections and clashes between new and old media. In Designing Media, design guru Bill Moggridge examines connections and conflicts between old and new media, describing how the MSM have changed and. Designing Media [With DVD] has 59 ratings and 9 reviews. Deb said: If you read this collection of interviews with important people in the world of design.

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Designing Media [With DVD]

Bill designed the first laptop computer, the Grid Compass, launched in By Michael DiTullo – Jan 19, Ruler for the visually impaired by Product Tank I love when we are able to find seemingly simple solutions to everyday problems. These are all people who have changed the world to different extents. More annoying are the prosaically written personal vignettes describing each person Moggridge interviews, and the unnecessary summaries ending each chapter that seem to imply we readers are not smart enough to glean the insights buried within.

Jan 27, Stacia rated it really bll it Shelves: Product Tank did just that with “New Rule”, a ruler for the visually impaired. When that contextual information is removed, products can be very confusing.

Designing Media [With DVD] by Bill Moggridge

Carlin rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Hardcoverpages. Designing Media is illustrated with hundreds of images, with color throughout.


This book would make a great companion to any digital media course. The accompanying DVD is a video record of the author’s interviews with the people he profiles; among the ones I watched about drsigning I didn’t see anything substantially new in the video that wasn’t desivning the book. Still, a master set of interviews by a master interviewer. Robert Mason rated it really liked it Aug 31, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Yulya rated it it was amazing Sep 20, Bill’s fascination with design, and with what people want from everyday things, provided a broad view of the information revolution. If you read this collection of interviews with important people in the world of design, technology, and media in or later, you should realize that the interviews were conducted circaand some of the discussions are dated. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Bill Moggridge was a co-founder of IDEOone of the most successful design firms in the world and one of the first to integrate the design of software and hardware into the practice of industrial design.

How do you show a semester’s worth of work? This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Kirti rated it liked it Oct 21, He described his career as having three phases: Evelyn Simpson rated it mfdia liked it Jun 24, Still, the interviews are interesting to read.

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Jan 21, Deb Oestreicher rated it really liked it. Thank you Bill Moggridge. For example, there’s an interview about an e-reader that never took off and the Current TV network is gushed over as if it’s going to change the world it was recently purchased by Al Jazeera and no longer exists. We’ve given out three copies so far to our consulting clients with very positive feedback.


Don’t have desinging account? Check out the above video of a small team of 3rd year students from UC posted by James Sloss. In a 2 minute time lapse of course. Katie Shelly rated it it was amazing Sep 06, It’s hard to write a book on technology that is still current by dezigning time it is published.

The book features interviews with thirty-seven significant figures in both traditional and new forms of mass communication; interviewees range from the publisher of the New York Times to the founder of Twitter. He designed the first laptop computer, the Grid Compass. The interviews are really just enough to pique your interest; they are neither long nor terribly deep.

That said, we suppose that the pick and choose hypertext way of gathering information from the feed is something Moggridge and most of the interviewees would find perfectly appropriate. May 03, Philippe Heckly rated it it was amazing.