From Typing to Swiping: Interaction Design has come a long way! from Ignite NYC
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From Typing to Swiping: Interaction Design has come a long way! from Ignite NYC

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The Ignite format is 20 slides which auto-advance after 15 seconds for a total of 5 minutes. This includes the slides, speaking script, and detailed notes + citations.

The Ignite format is 20 slides which auto-advance after 15 seconds for a total of 5 minutes. This includes the slides, speaking script, and detailed notes + citations.

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  • I’m here to talk about interaction design, which is the story of how people invented computers, and how we design the way we interact with them..
    So we’re going to start with the very first computers, and look at how they evolved — particularly how our language of communicating with them evolved.
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  • 1. FROM TYPING TO SWIPING INTERACTION DESIGN HAS COME A LONG WAY! Karen McGrane @Digitrix6 INTRODUCTION 1 •Here to talk about interaction design •Which is how we invented the way we interact with computers •how the language we use to communicate with them has evolved over time
  • 2. HOW WE TALK TO COMPUTERS HOW MACHINES TALK BACK HOW WE TALK TO COMPUTERS 2 •Don’t think of this as the history of technology, even if I show you pictures of old computers •Think of it as how we learned to speak a foreign language, the language of machines •How over time we taught the machines to speak our language