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Interaction Design Based on presentations credited at: http://prisms.cs.umass.edu/mcorner/cs325
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Interaction Pattern of behavior between actor and system. (user and thing)
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What factors should guide a design?
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Factors Who are the users? What activity is being carried out? Where is the interaction taking place?
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Understanding Users What are they good at? What provides quality experiences? Obtained through user testing
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Optimization “Premature optimization is the root of all evil” Donald Knuth
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Optimization How can you better match the user’s activities/needs to an interface? Will adding this for Janet make this worse for Beverly? Is this better? Or just di ff erent?
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What is interaction design?
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Some Quotes Designing interactive products to support the way people communicate and interact in their everyday and working lives. - Sharp, Rogers and Preece (2007) The design of spaces for human communication and interaction - Winograd (1997)
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The Draper Essay Also your reading for the night. Spoilers.
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