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Week 1/16: "Smart, useful, meaningful offerings", by Michael Eckersley, PhD

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    • Interaction Design INTERACTION DESIGN: PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES ADS 765, ADS 560, INDD 578 (3 credits) Fall 2013 Tuesday 6:00–9:00p A&D 313 Lawrence Campus, BEST245, Edwards Campus. Fall 2008 Week 1/16: Smart, useful, meaningful offerings 01 August 27, 2013
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design INDD378-Lawrence jesstungesvik@gmail.com ADS765-Edwards miyoun86@gmail.com peterjhenne@gmail.com toddregister@gmail.com awroush@gmail.com lmweible@gmail.com EDWARDS CAMPUSLAWRENCE CAMPUS ADS765-Lawrence devineefitzgerald@gmail.com GRADUATEUNDERGRADUATE Registered Students
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design COURSE CONTENT Interaction design (IxD) is a discipline centering on dynamics of human behavior and user experience. Interaction Designers research and create products, services and/or environments that are demonstrably useful, usable and/or desirable to people, as well as economically attractive to business. This course introduces principles and practices of Interaction Design. Topics range from interaction models, interface metaphors, and technological applications in advertising, entertainment, and environment. Students are guided thru processes of evidence- based practice including requirements gathering, user research and assessment, design prototyping and simulation; testing and evaluation.
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design FORMAT Seminar, Studio/Lab. Instructor videoconferences alternating Tuesdays between Lawrence Campus and Edwards Campus, RC21. GRADING Class Engagement 50%, Exercises & Exams 20%, Group Projects 30% EXPECTATIONS Stay engaged and in touch Work hard and smart individually and in teams Be verbal COURSE COMMUNICATION Create a gmail account and email your address
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design REQUIRED TEXTS, READINGS* *Additional individual articles are issued by instructor “Inventing the Medium, Principles of Interaction Design as a Cultural Practice”, Murray, MIT Press, 2012 Interaction Design: Beyond Human- Computer Interaction, Preece, Rogers, Sharp, 3rd Edition, 2011
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Supporting Sources “About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design”, Alan Cooper, 2007 ! "Designing For the Digital Age”, Goodwin, Wiley, 2009
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Week Date LECTURE & DISCUSSION EXERCISE Wk1 Aug 27 Approaching the subject of Human Interaction Chapter 1: “What is Interaction Design?” Intro: “A Cultural Approach To Interaction Design” Device UX exercise P. 31, Preece Wk 2 Sep 3 Conceptualizing Interaction Design Chapter 2: “Understanding & Conceptualizing Interaction 2. “Design In An Evolving Medium” COURSE SCHEDULE TONITE NEXT
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design introductionsabout you introductions
    • Interaction Design about me
    • Interaction Design
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Interaction Design New specialties and methods New teams and work protocols Changing fundamental economics and new threats New ambitions and aspirations New levels of complexity the business of design is changing: – Larry Keeley, Doblin
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design As designers, we need to get smarter, be more astute, less egotistical, and pay greater attention to the situations and to the people for whom our designs are intended. Our designs must perform better, cost less, and last longer. ...and be more meaningful.
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design So you want to be an interaction designer http://www.cooper.com/journal/2001/06/so_you_want_to_be_an_interacti.html/ Pursuing academic training How is interaction design different?
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Interaction Design is a design discipline dedicated to: • Defining the behavior of artifacts, environments, and systems (i.e., products) …and therefore concerned with: • Defining the form of products as they relate to their behavior and use • Anticipating how the use of products will mediate human relationships and affect human understanding • Exploring the dialogue between products, people, and contexts (physical, cultural, historical) So you want to be an interaction designer
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Interaction design is also a perspective that approaches the design of products in several different ways: • From an understanding of how and why people desire to use them • As an advocate for the users and their goals • As gestalts, not simply as sets of features and attributes • By looking to the future-seeing things as they might be, not necessarily as they currently are So you want to be an interaction designer
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Given these definitions, interaction designers must: • Learn new domains quickly • Solve problems both analytically and creatively • Be able to visualize and simplify complex systems • Empathize with users, their needs, and their aspirations • Understand the strengths and limitations of both humans and technology • Share a passion for making the world a better place through ethical, purposeful, pragmatic, and elegant design solutions So you want to be an interaction designer
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Seth Godin
    • Interaction Design WHAT IS INTERACTION DESIGN?
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design What it is... Interaction Design is the discipline of defining and creating the behavior (the "interaction") of an artifact or system in response to its users over time, resulting in products, services, and systems that are useable, useful and desirable to people– as well as economically viable to business. Because Interaction Design is about behavior and experience, it requires a new set of methods and practices that complement more traditional design disciplines who's methods and practice are centered on the design of form and content. IxD is a versatile, growing design discipline influencing not only how businesses transact with customers, but often how businesses themselves are shaped to maximize their own value in the marketplace.
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design GILLIAN CRAMPTON SMITH
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Art and design... The best thing about art is that it isn’t life. You can switch it off, you can walk out, walk away from it. So, therefore, you can surrender to it as well. – Brian Eno
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design Art and design... It’s one thing to create a piece of art that sort of stays where you put it. It’s another to mess around with life. –Esther Dyson
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved What is design? It can be material or conceptual, and is experienced as beauty, value and meaning. Unlike the fine arts, design has an everyday use, so it must excel at both form and function. It's also intellectual property and cultural capital, which is why it ladders the entire economic value chain. – Chris Conley, Gravity Tank Art and design...
    • © HumanCentered 2007, All Rights Reserved User-experience design Industrial design IA Communication design User-interface design Human factors Human-computer interaction consumer insights analysis innovation strategy new concepts development service design Interaction design Usability engineering
    • © HumanCentered 2004, All Rights Reserved © HumanCentered 2008, All Rights Reserved Interaction Design http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVkQYvN4_HA
    • Interaction Design INTERACTION DESIGN: PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES ADS 765, ADS 560, INDD 578 (3 credits) Fall 2013 Tuesday 6:00–9:00p A&D 313 Lawrence Campus, BEST245, Edwards Campus. Fall 2008 Week 1/16: Smart, useful, meaningful offerings 01 August 27, 2013