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Interdisciplinary Interaction Design: A Visual Guide to Basic Theories, Models and Ideas for Thinking and Designing for Interactive Web Design and Digital Device Experiences (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. November 2012

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James Pannafino is a faculty member at Millersville University, Pennsylvania in the Art and Design Department where he teaches graphic and interactive design courses. Before teaching at the college level, James worked as both a graphic and interactive designer in the professional field. His research interests include Interactive design fundamentals, visualization, visual storytelling and digital narrative forms. James has presented at conferences at the following institutions and universities: HOW Interactive Design, Fordham University, Harvard University, Maryland Institute of College and Art, Penn State University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His love for communication design and visualization has led him to produce his first book; Common College Sense: The Visual Guide to Understanding Everyday Tasks for College Students. The book uses both visual diagrams and written explanations to clearly describe common-sense tasks.

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The idea of the book and its general content are good. I am however very disappointed at the way it is written. In some cases the poor editing makes it difficult to understand concepts. A good editor would turn this into a great book about basic interaction design concepts for people who do not have much knowledge about it.
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HASH(0x90f0a5b8) von 5 Sternen A Good Introductory Read to Conepts in Interdiciplinary Interaction Design 22. März 2014
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This book is a quick 90-page read through various concepts important to the field of interaction design. Generally, the book has a single concept on each page, with the discipline the concept is coming from, a name, and a short paragraph description of what the concept is. This is followed by a figure or visual representation of the concept, which takes up a half to 2/3 of the page. Furthermore, the book is small, and is 9" x 6".

The book is a great and quick introductory read to many of the various concepts of importance to interaction design, drawing from various fields such as gaming, usability, psychology and design among others. The pages give you the grasp of the central concept, and enough understanding that you can go out and find out about the concepts in more detail in external sources. A sampling of the concepts it touches on includes: affordances, digital skeumorphs, fogg behavior model, pareto principle, and sequence mapping.

The Bottom Line: This book would serve well as an introductory survey of various interaction concepts for a beginner, or act as a quick reference for more advanced practitioners. However, those looking for an in-depth understanding of the various topics should look elsewhere as this book only has a perhaps 4 descriptive sentences per topic on average.
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HASH(0x90bdbe40) von 5 Sternen Great Teaching Tool! 5. Januar 2013
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I was so excited to come across this book. It clearly and comprehensively defines the theories crucial to being effective at interaction design. It was a quick and easy read and I learned things I can use to explain to clients and colleagues why their designs should look this way instead of that way. I teach graphic design at the college level and have made this book a required reading! It was written by a teacher and works well with interaction design curriculum. Excellent teaching tool, interesting read!
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HASH(0x90fd5798) von 5 Sternen Good starter book 29. Juni 2013
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For a graphic designer just dipping their toes in the water of interactive design, this book is a good primer of many of the different disciplines in interactive design. Not all of the topics explained will be fully understood with light level of detail supplied in this book. It's sort of like a dictionary level explanation for each topic - each of which might fit on the size of a playing card. To truly understand each topic, the reader needs to understand that there are volumes (literally) on each topic from the interactive professionals that specialize in each branch of this field. I feel it's important for interactive designers to understand how broad this topic can be and that every interactive designer (even if what they do is not the "look and the feel") deserves value and respect for the science and deep level of knowledge they bring to this profession.
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HASH(0x90f0ad14) von 5 Sternen Nice little reference 15. November 2013
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This popped up as a "people also bought these books" suggestion on Amazon for me a few weeks ago. It was fairly cheap, and looked interesting, so it made a nice impulse buy. And somewhere, some developer working on Amazon's famous recommendation engine, totally just earned his wings, or whatever it is they get. Anyway, the book arrived a few days later, and I totally don't regret buying it. It's a nice, quick, little reference of, well, Interdisciplinary Interaction Design.

It has a lot of nice, succinct illustrations of a broad range of concepts. Broad enough that I even picked up a couple more things than I expected while flipping through it. If you're just starting out in UX or interaction design, this is probably worth picking up, especially for the price. I certainly wouldn't recommend it as the sole basis of your study, but that's really not it's intent anyway.

While you could find pretty much everything in this book with a little bit of googling, I think you'd be hard-pressed to get it all in one place, and especially so succinctly. All in all, I'd say this book is well worth the 11 dollars. Though while I do love a good paper book, this is one that actually seems like it might almost work better as an ebook.
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As a beginner in the field of interaction design, I find this to be the most useful of the 5 different interaction design books I bought because it is the fastest to read and understand.

It is also by far the easiest to reference.
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