ID@GT Lecture - Carla Diana

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    • Wednesday January 30, 2008 - Thursday January 31, 2008
      5:00 pm - 5:59 pm
  • Location: Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Seminar Room 1116
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Claudia Winegarden
Industrial Design Department, College of Architecture
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Summary Sentence: Crossing Boundaries in Design

Full Summary: Crossing Boundaries in Design: From Real to Virtual and Back Again

Industrial Design Program Lecture
Carla Diana, Visiting Assistant Professor, Industrial Design Program, Georgia Tech

Carla Diana will talk about her experience as an industrial and
interaction designer dealing with user experiences both digital and
physical. Through a showcase of client work, personal research and art
installations, she will demonstrate how ideas, experiences and
seamless influences form richer and deeper solutions than those
attained through traditional processes alone.

Carla Diana is a creative professional with over 15 years of
experience. She holds an MFA in Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art
and a BME from the Cooper Union. She has worked at Frog Design,
Sarkissian-Mason, DDB Needham and Karim Rashid studio. She is a
founding partner of Spank, design consultancy and creator of interactive sound. She has also taught design at
Parsons School of Design, Savannah College of Art and Design.

Sponsored by the IDSA Atlanta Chapter and the Industrial Design
Program | College of Architecture | Georgia Institute of Technology

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