December 17 - 19
National Institute of Design
India
Kirti Trivedi

Industrial Design Centren Institute of Technology Bombay
Mumbai, India

4844be2a045fb1657e24727ebead553a.jpg
Kirti Trivedi is a Professor at the Industrial Design Centre of the Indian Institute of Technology - IIT, Mumbai. He has been the initiator and founder of India’s first Master of Design Programme in Visual Communication in 1981. His current research focuses on developing appropriate interaction design solutions for Indian needs, making best use of emerging technologies.

www.idc.iitb.ac.in




Data Traps and Information Addiction

Motivation
The easy availability of large amounts of data and information on any topic can lead to huge amounts of time and effort devoted to just the collection of such data. Both data and information collection appear to be useful activities and are indulged in as productive work. However, there is real danger of falling in data collection traps and addiction to collecting more and more information. The final use of data and information is for decision making and not simply for their own sake. This presentation will explain the nature of data traps and information addiction and how to avoid them.


Download the presentation (9.88MB)

Back to the conference programme