Category Archives: SxD Theory

Social interaction design covers not only user experience and interaction design for web applications, but the social dimensions of interaction and communication. Theoretical commentaries are posted in this section.

Principles of Social Interaction Design?

Principles of Social Interaction Design? Social media are talk technologies. They are the means of production in an age of communication. They aid in the production and exchange of knowledge and information and culture, based on human interests. They are … Continue reading

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Designing Social for the Enterprise

I remember attending a local unconference for social startups several years ago. This was in the heady days when social was fresh and much had yet to be defined. Session after session plumbed the myriad possibilities of mining user-generated content … Continue reading

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Social design of the collaborative economy

Lots of interesting attention of late being paid to the collaborative economy. Collaborative economies are of course nothing new. Prior to the rise of capitalism and the organization of society around production and economic trade, most societies were collaborative economies. … Continue reading

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