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Interaction Design: Foundations, Experiments

Hallnäs, Lars and Redström, Johan (2006) Interaction Design: Foundations, Experiments. Textile Research Centre, Swedish School of Textiles, Unversity College of Borås and Interactive Institute, Borås, Sweden. ISBN 91-631-8554-7/978-91-631-8554-0

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Interaction Design: Foundations, Experiments is the result of a series of projects, experiments and curricula aimed at investigating the foundations of interaction design in particular and design research in general. The first part of the book - Foundations - deals with foundational theoretical issues in interaction design. An analysis of two categorical mistakes -the empirical and interactive fallacies- forms a background to a discussion of interaction design as act design and of computational technology as material in design. The second part of the book - Experiments - describes a range of design methods, programs and examples that have been used to probe foundational issues through systematic questioning of what is given. Based on experimental design work such as Slow Technology, Abstract Information Displays, Design for Sound Hiders, Zero Expression Fashion, and IT+Textiles, this section also explores how design experiments can play a central role when developing new design theory.

Item Type:Book
ID Code:922
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Deposited On:06 Aug 2007
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