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Interfaces & Interactions by Jessi Baker

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The introduction from a whole day workshop on Interfaces & Interactions at Central St Martins for the second year of the Product Design course

The introduction from a whole day workshop on Interfaces & Interactions at Central St Martins for the second year of the Product Design course

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  • 1. Interfaces & Interactions
  • 2. What is an interface?
  • 3. What is an interface?A point where two systems,subjects or organizations meet &interact
  • 4. ButtonSwitchFabricThe lid of a jarA straw in a glassA plantYour skin...
  • 5. Interface DesignHow the user faces the systemand how the system faces theuser
  • 6. Haptics & Tactile Screens
  • 7. Mix it up!
  • 8. Wearable Interfaces
  • 9. Surroundings as interfaces
  • 10. Invent something new
  • 11. Invisible Interfaces
  • 12. Interface ≠ Screen
  • 13. What is an interaction?
  • 14. What is an interaction?A reciprocal action or influence.How the two systems affect eachother.
  • 15. The swipe of your fingerThe blink of your eyeMaking a noiseThe beat of your heartJumpingDrawingEating...
  • 16. Interaction Design“Designing interactive digitalproducts, environments, systems,and services.”- Bill Moggridge
  • 17. Digital = Physical
  • 18. Touch someone
  • 19. Think something
  • 20. Do something you always do
  • 21. Augment something
  • 22. Disrupt something
  • 23. “Few people think about it or areaware of it. But there is nothingmade by human beings that doesnot involve a design decisionsomewhere.”- Bill Moggridge
  • 24. @jessibaker
  • 25. I design interactions withtechnology
  • 26. Often I design user experiencesfor screens
  • 27. UX (User Experience) Design
  • 28. Toolbox = Code
  • 29. But I prefer to design for a postscreen world...
  • 30. Often I design for userexperiences for screensUXPhysical interactions feel morenatural
  • 31. Often I design for userexperiences for screensUXA product design foundation helps design theUX of the physical digital world
  • 32. The recent past & present ofInterfaces & Interactions
  • 33. Physical >> Digital
  • 34. Map books >> Google mapsNewspapers >> TwitterPen & Paper >> EvernoteScrap book >> Pinterest...
  • 35. “In 2013, mobile phone willovertake PC as the most commonweb access device worldwide.”- Gartner
  • 36. The greatconvergence...
  • 37. Some things I don’t really miss...
  • 38. Some I miss a bit
  • 39. Some I miss a lot
  • 40. Digital >> Physical
  • 41. Connected devices
  • 42. The future of Interfaces &Interactions
  • 43. Physical = Digital
  • 44. An Internet of things
  • 45. An Internet of thingsUbiquitous ComputingAmbient IntelligencePervasive Computing
  • 46. Niche physical-ware
  • 47. Things interact with each other,not just with you
  • 48. Note: Also need to design the moderators
  • 49. It can be designed by you
  • 50. Thanks!@jessibaker
  • 51. Credits(6) Tactile interfaces by DisneyResearch Lab(7) “Plugg” is a prototype DAB radiomade by Skrekkøgle(8) Dominic Wilcox Shoes(9) Imogen Heap(11) Disney Research Lab(12) MIT Media Lab(13) Leap Motion Controller(20) Bare Conductive Ink(21) MIT Media Lab(22) Nike Fuel Band(23) Fluid Interfaces Group at MIT(24-5) Julius von Bismarck(27-33) jessibaker.com(34) Tom Evans(35) jessibaker.com(40) Apple(41) The 80’s(42) Mary Meeker(43) Roberts(46) Jawbone(47) Square Payment system(48) Nest(49) Hue from Philips(56) Star Wars(57) Raspberry Pi(58) Yeah, that’s me again...