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Table of Contents

Letter from the Editors

Contributors

EVENTS

POINT OF VIEW

Let’s Talk About It
Joseph ‘Jofish’ Kaye, Johanna Brewer, & Amanda Williams

The Politics and Practice of Designing It Yourself
Lilly Irani

Have We Lost Our Love for Making Things?
Maggie Breslin & Julka Almquist

I’ve Got a (Professional) Crush on You
Chad Thornton

PROFILE

Earth to Designers: “Aim Higher”
Michael Bernstein

Getting it On Gets Faster
Amanda Williams

Flirting Across a Distance
Joëlle Bitton

Landscapes of the Unknown: Kenya Hara’s Design
Blaine Brownell

HIGH CONCEPT

Ups and Downs in Zipper History
Hugh Musick

FIRST HAND

“Fire Me Up, Scotty”
Bruce Claxton

Sex Goes to the Museum
James Biber

 

 

FUNCTIONAL DISSECTION

Pneumatic Nail Gun

INTERVIEW

Ben Shneiderman [Full Interview]
Stefan Sagmeister [Full Interview]

THINKING

How Desire Drives Design
Angie Heile

38–23–36? Why Clothes Don’t Fit Women
Alison King

Free As In Love
Tom Igoe

Built to Spec?
Jennifer Stroud Rossmann

REVIEW

Finding Inspiration for the Future in Our Past
Scott Klemmer

COMIC

This is Your Brain in Love
Dwayne Godwin & Jorge Cham

OBJECT OBITUARY

My Vibrator
Amanda Williams

 
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