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By Paul Dourish
An argument that the material arrangements of information-how it is represented and interpreted-matter significantly for our experience of information and information systems.
The first overview of the moving image in advertising, this far-reaching and innovative new text brings together an international ensemble of leading archivists and scholars to examine various aspects of the history, theory and practice of moving image advertising from around the world.
By Pasi Valiaho
An investigation of the aesthetics and politics of new visual media under twenty-first-century capitalism, from console games to virtual reality to video installation art. In Biopolitical Screens, Pasi Valiaho charts and conceptualizes the imagery that composes our affective and conceptual reality under twenty-first-century capitalism. Valiaho investigates the role screen media...
Knowing how to make use of online tools without being overloaded with too much information is an essential ingredient of personal success in the 21st century. But how can we use digital media so that they make us empowered participants rather than passive receivers? This book shows us how to...
By Dawn Spring
Beginning with World War II, and girded by the Cold War, American advertisers, brand name corporations, and representatives of the federal government institutionalized a system of consumer capitalism which they called free enterprise.
By King Adz
In the networked, multimedia era of Internet 2.0, the only way for advertisers and brands to connect with the notoriously difficult youth market is to get involved with the cultures and subcultures that make up their world. In this book, the author shares his insight into the lives of young...