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Presentation about what interaction design is and what you do as an interaction designer.

Presentation about what interaction design is and what you do as an interaction designer.

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  • 1. Interaction design Kajsa Sahlström Gren 12-03-06
  • 2. Every dayinteractions…
  • 3. We need to understand it
  • 4. Not feel stupid, irritated ordiscomforted
  • 5. Todays flow…
  • 6. A breif history
  • 7. 1990 2000 2012It works! It’s cool! It’s smart!
  • 8. 1980around Bill Moggridge ID two, IDEO Bill Verplank ID two, IDEO
  • 9. What is ID?• Help people reach their goals• Solve problems• Create interaction between humans
  • 10. A nice mix
  • 11. Usability (getting a thing done) VS User-experience(focuses on feelings, changes over time)
  • 12. Good Interaction Design Is recognised like this:• Trustworthy• Appropriate• Smart• Responsive• Clever• Ludic• Pleasurable
  • 13. 4 approaches• User-centered Design (user knows best, goals)• Activity-centered Design (users activities, behavior)• Systems Design (outlines components of the system)• Genius Design (designer knows best)
  • 14. Element of interaction designMotion Space Time Appearance Texture Sound
  • 15. Also think aboutPersona Context Physical SocialTemporal Infrastructural Task System Experience
  • 16. Laws and principles
  • 17. Moore’s Law- in two more years our device will be faster, smaller and still powerfullFitt’s Law- how long it takes to move from a starting point to a final positionHick’s Law- time it takes for the user to make a decision from possible choices
  • 18. Magic number 7- human brain best remebers chunks of info in 7 Testler’s Law - a point where you can’t simplify any longerPoka-Yoke principle- help the user not to make a misstake
  • 19. CulturalDesign Research probes Methods User-tests Personas
  • 20. Tools
  • 21. Jeff Hawkins, Palm Pilot
  • 22. Internet of things?Intelligent agents? Robots? Future? Ubiquitous computing? Wearables?
  • 23. Resources• Designing Interactions, Bill Moggridge• Designing for interaction, Dan Saffer• About Face, Alan Cooper• The inmates are running the asylum, Alan Cooper• Interaction Design, Yvonne Rogers, Helen Sharp, Jennifer Preece

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