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Tuesday, March 11 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Public Space Is More Important than Social Media

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Borrowing the words of New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman who wrote that "public space is more important than social media" when discussing this summer's turmoil in Taksim Square, we hope to highlight the huge potential that lies in designing interactive interventions for public spaces.
Numerous projects around the world have been exploring the potential of playful and surprising interventions to re-enchant urban settings and invite people to re-connect with each other and their surroundings. Classic interaction design strategies, when applied to physical space, can help bring magic in everyday behaviours and places, and ignite in people a sense that together we can achieve more than alone.
From lessons learned as principals of the Montreal based design studio Daily tous les jours, we will present research in designing collective experiences that can spark conversation between strangers in public spaces and ultimately create new rituals for communities.

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Speakers
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Mouna Andraos

Co-Founder, Interaction DesignerDaily Tous Les JoursConsidering technology as a vehicle for social change, Mouna's work has been geared towards demystifying and disseminating technology. In 2010, Mouna co-founded Daily tous les jours, an interaction design studio with a focus on public... Read More →
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Melissa Mongiat

Co-Founder, DesignerDaily Tous Les JoursMelissa is a designer, strategist, storyteller and co-founder of design studio Daily tous les jours. While embracing opportunities that new media offer, her approach focuses on participation and narrative. She was awarded the Montreal Phyllis... Read More →



Tuesday March 11, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Omni Downtown, Capital Ballroom 700 San Jacinto

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