Jeff Watson

Artist, designer, and Assistant Professor of Interactive Media and Games at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.

Artist, designer, and Assistant Professor of Interactive Media and Games at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. Founder of the Situation Lab. Co-creator, The Thing From The Future.

Jeff Watson on KCRW

This past Saturday, DnA and KCRW convened something called a “design jam,” a group brainstorming session.

What we learned from “Flipping the Bird”

This past Saturday, DnA and KCRW convened something called a “design jam,” a group brainstorming session.

from Design and Architecture

KCRW/DnA invites you to join a “design jam” on Saturday, Oct. 13 at IndieCade in Santa Monica. It will be led by USC’s Jeff Watson and Jose Sanchez.

“Flipping the Bird!”: using games to rethink urban mobility

KCRW/DnA invites you to join a “design jam” on Saturday, Oct. 13 at IndieCade in Santa Monica. It will be led by USC’s Jeff Watson and Jose Sanchez.

from Design and Architecture

More from KCRW

Edward Goldman talks about the architectural glory of Los Angeles, with iconic buildings by Pritzker Prize winners within walking distance.

from Art Talk

Los Angeles is considering revising its regulations around billboards to allow more digital signs all around Los Angeles.

from Design and Architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House has become Southern California's first UNESCO World Heritage site.

from Design and Architecture

This week, you can: Meet the colorful designer Gere Kavanaugh; hear about how architects slay dragons (and other reasons why you should hire one); listen to the art of acoustic…

This week, you can: Appreciate printmaking and finished works from Self Help Graphics & Art; revisit daydream houses from 1970s Los Angeles and what they mean today;  see how designers…

A candidate's political logo may not get your vote, but it's meant to get your attention.

from Design and Architecture

Uber wants to add app-based flying taxis to LA's airwaves.

from Design and Architecture

There was a time when LAX wasn’t the unwieldy beast that it’s become. We hear about those days from 93-year-old Ethel Pattison, the airport’s oldest continuously working employee.

from Greater LA

Let’s play ball! There’s a $100 million renovation coming to Chavez Ravine.

from Design and Architecture