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Sabine Seymour by Mind Map: Sabine Seymour
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Sabine Seymour

Sabine Seymour focuses on fashionable technology and the intertwining of aesthetics and function in design and technology. She is described as being an innovator, visionary, and trend spotter. Sabine is the Chief Creative Officer of her company Moondial, which develops fashionable wearables and consults on fashionable technology to companies worldwide. Moondial’s work is based on the convergence of fashion, design, science and wearable & wireless technologies. Sabine is the Director of Fashionable Technology Lab at Parsons The New School for Design in New York and lectures worldwide at numerous institutions. She serves as a jury member for many internationally renowned institutions and conferences. She recently was the design co-chair for the ISWC2009 and a jury-member for the Prix Ars Electronica 2009. She is an editorial review board member for the International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction. Sabine is widely published. Her recent book ‘Fashionable Technology – The Intersection of Design, Fashion, Science, and Technology’ has received excellent reviews. Sabine frequently presents and exhibits for instance at Ars Electronica Festival, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, and Smart Textiles. She has received numerous grants and awards. She received a PhD and MSc in Social and Economic Sciences from the University of Economics in Vienna and Columbia University Business School in New York and an MPS in Interactive Telecommunications from NYU’S Tisch School of the Arts in New York.

TEDx Vienna


Functional Aesthetics

Intrigued in youth with a sewing machine

Fashionable Technology

Fashionable Wearables

Slope Style

We created t-shirts that react to the sun

In order to tell me story, I wrote a book: