Understanding Interaction

The Art and Craft of Designing Interfaces for Our Technological Environment

This book brings together perspectives and knowledge from a wide range of disciplines. It defines and explains what actually happens in the interaction between people and technology as a basis for the design and implementation of better interfaces. Les mer
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This book brings together perspectives and knowledge from a wide range of disciplines. It defines and explains what actually happens in the interaction between people and technology as a basis for the design and implementation of better interfaces. The book demystifies technology by placing it in a historical context and relating social and cultural developments to technical advances. It also presents new frameworks, design tools, and techniques from theory to practice.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction. Part 1: Historical Reflection on Evolution, Technology, Language and Culture. 2. Historical Reflection Introduction. 3. Tools - Dedicated Tool Making and the Emergence of Language. 4. Settlement - Agriculture, Mechanical Tools, and Writing. 5. Industrialization - Machines, Science, Humanism, and Industry. 6. Information - Representation and Communication. Part 2: Understanding People. 7. Human Sciences - Psychology, Biology, Neurology, and Physiology. 8. Sensory Modalities. 9. Perception. 10. Thinking - Cognition, Memory, and the (un)Conscious. 11. Expressive Modalities. 12. Design Perspectives - Frameworks, Models, and Applications. References.

Om forfatteren

Bert Bongers is an associate professor with the Faculty of Design, Architecture, and Building at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia.