We aren’t just engaging in more complex information structures and being inundated with data from every angle, our very movements are shifting, becoming more complicated, harder to remember, and difficult to even remained balanced. Interaction Designers are ever more responsible for helping people maintain their balance due to the paradigm shifts occurring in mobile interaction design. And they aren’t staying with mobile either. We are even being asked to dance in our seats.
David Malouf is a 20yr veteran of interaction design and currently runs a consultancy on the topic. Previously, Dave was a Professor of Interaction Design in the Industrial Design Department of the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD). Before taking this position, David was a Sr. Interaction Design for Motorola Enterprise Mobility where he designed software, webware, and hardware interactions and interfaces. Motorola was the last in a 15 year journey of practicing interaction design, information architecture, ui design, project management and other roles and positions working almsot exclusively with thin client technologies.
David is also one of the primary founders and the first Vice President of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA).