DIG2500c_lecture5 - Fall 2009 Semester Dr. Rudy McDaniel...

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DIG2500c: Fundamentals of Interactive Design Fall 2009 Semester Dr. Rudy McDaniel Lecture 5: The Interactive Loop and Interactive Architectures
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Lab 2 Discussion Your job is to make a design framework for your interactive application Paper prototyping model Iterative design Applying interaction theory to the design process
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Part 1: Justification Document Form factor. What are you designing for? Phone, kiosk, web, etc.? Posture: How does your application present itself to users? What is its behavioral stance? Input method: How does your application listen? How do your users speak to it? Also should include data and functional
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Part 2: Wireframe Model Using Flash , create a wireframe model of your site Start with a top level container Determine location of control components and other data containers Build based on top-level hierarchy How many wireframes do you need?
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Part 3: Scenario Document Key path scenario: what path would an average user take through your application? Define a persona and her primary pathways Use specific detail Validation scenario: a series of “what if” questions. Necessary use means actions that must be performed, but only
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Review Last week We discussed listening in interactivity The actors listen The actors can be humans or computers Each listen differently Language is open to intereptati0n We must limit our speech to be understood by computers Input devices are limited to their vocabulary
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This Week We’re investigating information design for interactive projects The Interactive Loop Listen, think, speak Interactive Architectures When in doubt, draw a picture
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The Interactive Loop
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The Interactive Loop Interactivity moves information in a loop between the two actors Generally it follows that: The better the information flow The better the interactivity
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Explanations
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course DIG 2500 taught by Professor Mcdanial during the Fall '09 term at University of Central Florida.

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