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Interdisciplinary Interaction Design: A Visual Guide to Basic Theories, Models and Ideas for Thinking and Designing for Interactive Web Design and Dig

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Interaction design has many dimensions to it. It addresses how people deal with words, read images, explore physical space, think about time and motion, and how actions and responses affect human behavior. Various disciplines make up interaction design, such as industrial design, cognitive psychology, user interface design and many others. It is my hope that this book is a ...more
Paperback, 110 pages
Published November 1st 2012 by Assiduous Publishing
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Michelle
Feb 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
The author had three goals for this book (7):
(1) To add to the foundation of interdisciplinary interaction design principles and theories
(2) To create a visual language
(3) To encourage further exploration

Those goals were met. This book is a great primer for interaction design practices, theories, processes, and artifacts across disciplines. There is some helpful, interesting information here.
(Were some important terms ignored? I have no idea, but I appreciated what was included.)

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Ken
May 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reference
Basically, it's a reference guide to interaction design principles, much like the book Universal Principles of Design, which is also very good. Though between the two, I think Universal Principles of Design is, well, a better designed book.
Faezeh
Jun 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
This book is a great overview and guide for learning about the major theories and models of Interaction Design. But for more detailed explanations and examples of each theory/model you will definitely need to review other references, which many of them are listed at the end of this book!
Sean Mahdi
Nov 02, 2013 rated it liked it
As it says on the cover, a basic guide to interaction design theories and models. Very basic.
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