Typing, Clicking, Dancing with your Fingers

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Typing, Clicking, Dancing with your Fingers. Infantilisation in Interaction Design. - Invited talk at SirValUse Academy 2012

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Typing, Clicking, Dancing with your Fingers

  1. 1. Typing, Clicking, DancingInfantilisation in Interaction Design Matthias Müller-Prove, Dipl.-Inform. User Experience Principal, Oracle SirValUse Academy, 24 Feb 2012
  2. 2. Proposition Human development from baby to adults and the evolution of user interface paradigms happen-s/ed in 3 stages.
  3. 3. Proposition The stages do not supersede each other – they start subsequently and coexist over time.
  4. 4. 1920s 1960s Jean Piaget / Jerome Bruner
  5. 5. 1 enactive mentalitiy Bruner’s Mentality Theory
  6. 6. cc dulcelife http://www.flickr.com/photos/dulcelife/8505313/ kinesthetic/sensomotoric, enactive
  7. 7. cc Squiggle http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenr/2331677192/preoperational: playing and building
  8. 8. 2 iconic mentality Bruner’s Mentality Theory
  9. 9. cc Minneapolis Institute of Arts http://www.flickr.com/photos/minneapolisinstituteofarts/4926356727/operational/visual, iconic
  10. 10. 3 symbolic mentality Bruner’s Mentality Theory
  11. 11. formal, symbolic cc gail m tang http://www.flickr.com/photos/gailtang/3252519764/
  12. 12. enactive iconic symbolic 1 1/2 4-8 12 yrs. Bruner’s Mentalities
  13. 13. Through the Mirror
  14. 14. enactive iconic symbolic             
  15. 15. 3 CLI Command Line Interfaces
  16. 16. very cryptic, poor initial usability. www.operating-system.orgGood for experts who do scripting and programming
  17. 17. 2 GUIs Graphical User InterfacesWindows, Icons, Menus, Pointing Device & Desktop
  18. 18. Ivan Sutherland’s Sketchpad (1963)
  19. 19. Timothy Johnson a few years later.
  20. 20. SketchpadUse of light penInteractive line drawingsConstraints resolution engineObject-based computer aided design (CAD)On a TX-2 computer at MIT Lincoln Lab 69,632 words with 36 bits (~306 KByte)
  21. 21. http://www.deepamehta.de/docs/talk.htmlDoug Engelbart’s NLS/Augment (1963-72)
  22. 22. Mouse (1963) and Chording Keyset
  23. 23. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Alan_Kay_and_the_prototype_of_Dynabook,_pt._5_(3010032738).jpg Alan Kay - Dynabook (concept 1972)
  24. 24. Doing with images makes symbols. Alan Kay enactive iconic symbolic
  25. 25. The CLI survived as a terminal window.
  26. 26. The Web also has its CLI!
  27. 27. 1 TUI & “NUI” Tangible and “Natural” User InterfacesPhysical objects combined with digital information Multi-Touch & Gestures, Lots of sensors, Mobility
  28. 28. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reactable Reactable, U of Barcelona (2003)
  29. 29. cc arteunporro http://www.flickr.com/photos/arteunporro/870265352/
  30. 30. Gravity and Touch atSoundDrop for iPad
  31. 31. Gravitarium2 for iPad
  32. 32. Gravitarium2 for iPad
  33. 33. http://flickr.com/photos/prupert/68375339/ A personal dynamic medium…
  34. 34. …for children of all ages
  35. 35. enactive iconic symbolicTUI                           CLI        GUI
  36. 36. Thanks! Matthias Müller-Prove | mprove.de | @mprovecc by Steve Paine http://www.flickr.com/photos/umpcportal/4581962986/
  37. 37. Matthias Müller-Prove follow @mproveReferences at mprove.de/script/12/sirvaluse/

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