What digital-physical thinking means for designers

Sam Stubblefield compares “traditional social facilitators” to “digital-era social facilitators”, looking at how facets of visual art, architecture, interior and graphic design have beenaugmented and replaced by the digital era. Looking at what digital-physical thinking means for individual designers in traditional and non-traditional design practices, Sam shows ways of harmonizing tools and design methods, and illustrates how striking a digital-physical balance can serve society and gratify designers.

About the speaker

Samuel Stubblefield is an artist interested in the intersections of architecture, digital technology and human behavior. After working with organizations like Pentagram, Perkins + Will, Santiago Calatrava, Google, Microsoft Research, MIT, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Centre Pompidou, and Vitra Design Museum, Samuel was able to learn some interesting things and make a few projects a little better. Now in Seattle with NBBJ Architect’s Studio 07, the focus has been to work within a small team of designers to help create environments that empower human potential and spirit through digital technology and experiential design.

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