Adam Greenfield is a writer, user experience consultant, and critical futurist. He works with clients via his design consultancy, Studies and Observations. Adam lives in New York City with his wife, artist Nurri Kim.
Contributions by Adam Greenfield
Ubiquitous computing is coming, in some ways, it's already here. Shouldn't we think about what we want it to be? In our last issue, we published the introduction of Adam Greenfield's Everyware. In this issue, we're running the book's conclusion.
Ubiquitous computing is no longer a mirage. The time to consider its implications is now, while we still have the opportunity to decide how it should be integrated into our lives. We're proud to offer a taste of Adam Greenfield's new book, Everyware.
Why has the level of discussion in “design forums” degenerated so quickly? Maybe because they’re not populated by “designers.” Greenfield explains the difference between Stylists and Designers—and why that difference matters so much.