Designing for Interaction

Designing for Interaction

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Describes effective approaches to interaction design, with information on developing a design strategy, conducting research, analyzing the data, creating concepts, and testing and deployment.With abstraction, there is always a fear of distorting the data, or even making it harder to comprehend through poor visuals, so designers need to ... Conceptual models make excellent boundary objects.1 A boundary object is an item that exists in multiple communities at once, so that there is Figure 5.7 Perhaps the most famous conceptual model of all time is James Watson and Francis Cricka#39;s DNA model.

Title:Designing for Interaction
Author:Dan Saffer
Publisher:New Riders - 2009


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