Jing Ian Lu
Re-think telecommunication in information age.
Why the development of telecommunication technology exclusively caters to the demands of message senders for speed and cost, with no regard for receiver's’ attention span?
Why do we stand by and let messaging apps maximise interruptions to win attention?
Why should messaging exacerbate our fear of missing out (FOMO) and guilt of disappointing others (GODO)?
School of Design
MA Global Innovation Design, 2019
Does the digital revolution truly benefit us? What are new modes of social conduct in the information age? Where is the information age leading us to?
Positioning as an information interaction innovator, Jing (Ian) Lu is dedicated to advocating positive and exciting engagement of information technologies for users.
- Information management intern, United Nations – Department of Peacekeeping Operations, New York, 2018; User experience design intern, IBM Design Studios, Shanghai, 2016; Interaction design intern, Tencent, Beijing, 2018
- Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2018–2019; Smart China Expo, Chongqing Yuelai International Convention Center, Chongqing, 2018; New Designers 2016, Business Design Centre, London, 2016