TEI conference: 30 seconds of madness

January 4, 2010 at 16:44 Leave a comment

Before each slot of the conference, each presenter will have 30 seconds to briefly introduce their later presentation.

“One of these two systems of light is supposed to convey some useful information, can you tell which one? Sadly enough it is the one on the right. Few people understand what their internet router is trying to say with its fascinating display of blinking lights.
If you attend my talk you will move a few steps closer towards understanding how to design a more meaningful and readable light vocabulary. Everyday we see a very successful example of how to communicate with light. I’m sure all of you have seen one of these.”


Entry filed under: Presentation/Exhibition.

Light vocabularies in everyday devices A collection of light behaviours

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