Brenda Laurel,
design educator

Brenda Laurel has worked in the area of human-computer interaction for 25 years for companies including Atari, Activision, Epyx, Apple and Interval Research. She was the cofounder of Purple Moon, a transmedia company devoted to girls, and was the editor of The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design (1990 Addison-Wesley) and author of Computers as Theatre (1991, 1993 Addison-Wesley) and Utopian Entrepreneur (2001 MIT Press). Laurel is currently a consultant, designer, researcher and graduate faculty member at the Art Center College of Design.

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