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Daria Loi

Daria Loi (BArch Hons Politecnico di Milano, Italy; PhD RMIT, Australia) is Research Scientist in the User Experience Group (Digital Home Platform) at Intel Corporation. In the past she has worked as architect/designer in Italy (1994-1997); journalist and correspondent for a number of design magazines (1998-2006); researcher for Australian Research Council projects (1999); researcher at the Interactive Information Institute (1999-2001); researcher in the Australian Federal Government funded Creator-2-Consumer Project (2001-2002); coordinator and lecturer in the Industrial Design program at RMIT University, Australia (1999-2006); Visiting Academic at IADE in Lisbon, Portugal (2004); and Senior Research Fellow at RMIT Globalism Institute, Australia. Daria has run workshops and presented her work in Europe, Australia, Canada and the USA over the past decade. She is on the Board for Design Principle and Practices: an International Journal; member of CHI, CPSR, and the Include Network; and in 2001 she and her team were awarded the prestigious Australian BHERT award. Her practice revolves around: Participatory Design; Playful Triggers; Human Computer Interaction; post-disciplinary research/practice; collaborative work environments; constructivist learning/teaching; Product-Service Systems; and Management Consulting.

Articles, papers and more at http://www.darialoi.com.