Two day international conference
Amsterdam, 21/22 January 2005
What do social, technical and cultural historians propose as ways to make an account of the last decade?
Adrian Mackenzie, Peter Lunenfeld, Franziska Nori
Chair: Matthew Fuller, PZI
As automated site-design becomes increasingly important, the history of the interweaving of technology and culture up to the point of semantic engineering is mapped out.
Steven Pemberton, Angela Beesley, Schoenerwissen/OfCD
Moderator: Richard Rogers
Creativity and usability have often been set up as the two key poles of web design. This panel asks instead for a more sophisticated narrative about the change in understanding of user needs and desires over the last ten years.
Helen Petrie, Geke van Dijk, Peter Luining
Moderator: Caroline Nevejan
Can we redesign work? From economics, sociology and design, key observers and critics of the changing patterns of work in web design will comment on the decade and encourage you to have your say.
Danny O'Brien, Michael Indergaard, Rosalind Gill
Moderator: Geert Lovink INC
The web amplified an explosion of non-professional design. This panel will ask what happens to design once it becomes a non-specialist network process.
John Chris Jones,Olia Lialina,Hayo Wagenaar
Chair: Femke Snelting, PZI