“Everything from a button to a link is part of interactive design, more than static.”
Bill Verplank – Interaction Design
How do you do: (How do you affect the world)
Handle – Continuous Control
Button – Discreet Control
How do you feel: (How to get feedback)
Fuzzy or cool media (Early Television) draws you in.
Hot and distinct (Book or Gravestone) unchangeable.
How do you know: (What do we expect the user to know)
Need a map?
Step by step process guide?
Interaction design: “Designing interactive products to support people in their everyday and working lives” – Sharp, Rogers and Preece, (2002) Interaction Design, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, NY, USA. http://w.-book.com/
Interactivity: Wants needs and desire’s affect our response towards an engagement with anything or anyone.
Interaction can be passive, or engaging, Eg. Vending machine, Book, Conversation.
Data: Research, Creation, Gathering, Discovery.
Information: Presentation, Organization.
Knowledge: Conversation, Storytelling.
Wisdom: Contemplation, Evaluation, Interpretation, Retrospection.