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The Laws of Interaction Design
Design principles have been around for centuries, and while technology has advanced plenty over the years, these "laws" of design still apply today. Just because technology allows us to do things on the web that we couldn't do before, doesn't mean we should.
In this session, Patrick Haney will touch on some of these principles, the research behind them, and how they still apply to today's interaction design on the web.
About Patrick Haney
Patrick Haney is not a sausage. He's a designer and co-founder of Hanerino (http://hanerino.com), a design studio based just north of Boston. He's also an adjunct instructor at the Center for Digital Imaging Arts (http://cdiabu.com), a certificate program at Boston University, where he teaches classes in both Graphic and Web Design & Web Development.
Before starting his own company, Patrick worked for a range of other institutions including startups, large corporations and universities. His most recent position was at Harvard University, where he designed and developed websites built on iSites, a custom course/content management system. He also runs Refresh Boston (http://refreshboston.org), a monthly meetup of web folk in the Boston area that discuss design, development, user research and other web-related topics.More About Patrick »