Dana Gordon is an Architect and Interaction Designer. She graduated from the masters program of Interaction Design Institute Ivrea in 2006. Before that she earned her B.Arch degree from “Bezalel”, the academy of art and design, Jerusalem, and worked as a senior architect and project manager in the Gvuli-Koren architects Tel-Aviv.

Since 2006 her work focus is on objects, physical computing and particularly tangible interface design. She exhibited her work at the Victoria and Albert museum (‘Touch me’ exhibition), and various exhibitions at Salone del Mobile in Milan. She also collaborated with companies such as Philips, Intel, Tecno and Droog Design.

Later she worked in Cambridge, collaborating with the MIT Media Lab and working as a design researcher for the Interrogative Design Group at the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies.

Recently, she moved to Paris, where she teaches interaction design as well as continues with her own design practice.