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Circle of Visual Interpretation part 1


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This is the first part of my Interaction 14 workshop. We went through all of these slides during the workshop.

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Circle of Visual Interpretation part 1

  1. 1. A Quick Visual Walkthrough A Circle of What… ? …for What…
  2. 2. Original Image Source: MOGGRIDGE, B. (2007) Designing Interactions. Cambridge: MIT Press.
  3. 3. Parts Whole Parts Whole
  4. 4. Workshop Part 1 hour) (1st
  5. 5. It is through a phenomenological framework that experience can be understood and interpreted as directly as possible from the point of view of a person.
  6. 6. Hermeneutic phenomenology proposes that all understanding is interpretive (Johnson, 2000, p143). Ethnography and other qualitative methodologies look at the contexts of the states behind or beneath the user’s lived experience. Phenomenology used as a methodology attempts to reveal step-by-step the meaning of the ‘how’ and to see it in an unfettered and fresh way through a user’s ‘what’ of a phenomenon, experience of it.
  7. 7. Pragmatist Structurist Triadic Dyadic Object Representation Interpretation Signifier Signified
  8. 8. From a hermeneutic perspective a whole lived experience is themes that meaning units that comprised of form give meaning to it through what a user saw, thought, felt or did.
  9. 9. an experience “can be understood only through its parts, but the parts can be understood only through the (Hirsch, 1967, p76). whole”
  10. 10. OK, enough theory what is the method?
  11. 11. So it will work with existing user research?
  12. 12. Workshop Exercise 1
  13. 13. End of Part 1 Break