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Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects
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Learning IxD From Everyday Objects

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How can we get inspiration from all the everyday technology that surrounds us? A talk given at Adaptive Path's UX Week 2007 in Washington DC.

How can we get inspiration from all the everyday technology that surrounds us? A talk given at Adaptive Path's UX Week 2007 in Washington DC.

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  • 1. Learning Interaction Design from Everyday Objects Bill DeRouchey Ziba Design
  • 2. Inspiration fuels design.
  • 3. Inspiration surrounds us in everyday objects.
  • 4. We make things for people to use.
  • 5. Attention fuels craft.
  • 6. Interaction has a language
  • 7. Interaction has a language that we create and curate.
  • 8. How? Color Icons, Words Size, Shape Layout, Motion Sequence Sound, Feel
  • 9. Why? Priority Clarity Purpose
  • 10. Priority
  • 11. Do the elements have a hierarchy? Priority
  • 12. Do the Size elements have Color a hierarchy? Zoning
  • 13. 62 59 55 48
  • 14. Tivo
  • 15. Tivo Select Adjust Highest Priority: Control The Hero Pinpoint
  • 16. Clarity
  • 17. Does the interface communicate clearly? Clarity
  • 18. Does the Words interface Icons communicate Color clearly?
  • 19. Power icon 01
  • 20. Bad Good
  • 21. Fire Bad Tree Pretty
  • 22. Design Problem: = Recording (Good), and Alarm (Bad) = Power
  • 23. Design Solution: = Something is wrong = Everything is okay
  • 24. Purpose
  • 25. Does the product maintain its essence? Purpose
  • 26. Does the Simplicity product Perspective maintain its Restraint essence?
  • 27. More at my site of the Button.com www.History and Dan’s site Ideas But in Things.com/ixd www.No bill@historyofthebutton.com Thank you. bill_derouchey@ziba.com

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