Interaction design is concerned with two things: how visitors move around your site (navigation) and how they will play with the material on your site (interaction)
Navigation is the key to every site. Have you ever gone to a companies web site just wanting a telephone number and have not been able to find it? An example of good navigation is Mott’s web site ( www.mcc.edu )
Interaction is getting visitors interested in what your web site is saying. A great example of this is Disney’s web site ( www.disney.com ).
In the past, we have referred to blue prints when referring to the design of a web site. Web designers use a similar tool called a storyboard.
Storyboards were originally designed by Walt Disney. He required his cartoon artists to make a storyboard detailing what the cartoon was about before drawing the individual cells.
Storyboards are similar to flowcharts, but are made of index cards (in our case). Each index card represents a page in your site. You can move the index cards around until you are happy with the sequence.
Question: What is another area (in college) that you could use a storyboard?