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Interaction Design
Interaction Design

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1............................................................................................................................................................................................................41.1 Good and poor design ........................................................................................................................................................................41.2 Interaction Design ...............................................................................................................................................................................41.3 The user experience ...........................................................................................................................................................................41.4 The four basic activities involved in the process of interaction design ........................................................................41.5 Usability ..................................................................................................................................................................................................41.6 Usability Goals ......................................................................................................................................................................................41.7 User Experience Goals .......................................................................................................................................................................51.8 Design Principles .................................................................................................................................................................................5Chapter 2............................................................................................................................................................................................................51.9 Problem space ......................................................................................................................................................................................51.10 Conceptualizing interaction .........................................................................................................................................................51.11 Conceptual models ...........................................................................................................................................................................51.12 Components of a conceptual model ..........................................................................................................................................61.13 Metaphors and analogies ...............................................................................................................................................................61.14 Interaction Types .............................................................................................................................................................................61.15 Theories, models, and frameworks ...........................................................................................................................................6Chapter 4............................................................................................................................................................................................................61.16 Communication and collaboration ............................................................................................................................................61.17 Three core forms of social mechanisms that are used and supported by technological systems ....................71.18 Collaborative technologies that support and extend these mechanisms ...................................................................7Chapter 5............................................................................................................................................................................................................71.19 Affective Aspects ...............................................................................................................................................................................71.20 Expressive interfaces and the affects they can have on people .....................................................................................71.21 Expressive forms that can be used ............................................................................................................................................81.22 Frustrating interfaces and the effects they can have on people ....................................................................................81.23 Anthropomorphism in interaction design ..............................................................................................................................81.24 Interface agents, virtual pets and interactive toys ..............................................................................................................81.25 Models of affective aspects ...........................................................................................................................................................91.25.1 The Emotional Design Model ...............................................................................................................................................91.25.2 The Pleasure Model .................................................................................................................................................................91.25.3 Technology as experience framework .............................................................................................................................9Chapter 6............................................................................................................................................................................................................91.26 Interface types ................................................................................................................................................................................101.26.1 Web-based interfaces ..........................................................................................................................................................101.26.2 Speech interfaces ...................................................................................................................................................................101.26.3 Pen, gesture and touch screen interfaces ....................................................................................................................10
 
 http://wikistudent.ws/Unisa1.26.4 Mobile interfaces ...................................................................................................................................................................101.26.5 Multimodal interfaces ..........................................................................................................................................................111.26.6 Shareable interfaces .............................................................................................................................................................111.26.7 Tangible interfaces ...............................................................................................................................................................111.26.8 Augmented and mixed reality interfaces .....................................................................................................................111.26.9 Wearable interfaces ..............................................................................................................................................................111.26.10 Robotic interfaces ...............................................................................................................................................................11Chapter 7..........................................................................................................................................................................................................121.27 Four key issues regarding data gathering ............................................................................................................................121.27.1 Setting goals .............................................................................................................................................................................121.27.2 The relationship with participants .................................................................................................................................121.27.3 Triangulation ...........................................................................................................................................................................121.27.4 Pilot studies .............................................................................................................................................................................121.28 Data recording methods ..............................................................................................................................................................131.28.1 Notes plus still camera ........................................................................................................................................................131.28.2 Audio plus camera .................................................................................................................................................................131.28.3 Video ...........................................................................................................................................................................................131.29 Methods of gathering data .........................................................................................................................................................131.29.1 Interviews .................................................................................................................................................................................141.29.2 Questionnaires ........................................................................................................................................................................141.29.3 Observation ..............................................................................................................................................................................14Chapter 9..........................................................................................................................................................................................................141.30 The importance of involving users .........................................................................................................................................141.31 What is a user centered approach ...........................................................................................................................................151.32 Three principles that would lead to a useful and easy to use computer system ..................................................151.33 Four basic activities of interaction design ...........................................................................................................................15Chapter 10.......................................................................................................................................................................................................151.34 What are requirements ...............................................................................................................................................................151.35 Different kinds of requirements ..............................................................................................................................................161.36 Data gathering for requirements .............................................................................................................................................161.37 Requirements Brainstorming ...................................................................................................................................................161.38 Task Description ............................................................................................................................................................................161.38.1 Scenarios ...................................................................................................................................................................................161.38.2 Use cases ...................................................................................................................................................................................171.38.3 Essential use cases ................................................................................................................................................................171.39 Hierarchical task analysis ...........................................................................................................................................................17Chapter 11.......................................................................................................................................................................................................171.40 Prototyping ......................................................................................................................................................................................17
 
 http://wikistudent.ws/Unisa1.40.1 Low-fidelity prototyping ....................................................................................................................................................171.40.2 High-fidelity prototyping ...................................................................................................................................................18Chapter 12.......................................................................................................................................................................................................181.41 Evaluate .............................................................................................................................................................................................181.42 Evaluation methods and approaches .....................................................................................................................................181.42.1 Usability testing .....................................................................................................................................................................181.42.2 Fields studies ...........................................................................................................................................................................181.42.3 Analytical evaluation ............................................................................................................................................................19Chapter 13.......................................................................................................................................................................................................191.43 Decide framework .........................................................................................................................................................................191.43.1 Determine the goals .............................................................................................................................................................191.43.2 Explore the questions ..........................................................................................................................................................191.43.3 Choose the approach and methods ................................................................................................................................191.43.4 Identify the practical issues ...............................................................................................................................................191.43.5 Decide how to deal with the ethical issues ..................................................................................................................191.43.6 Evaluate, interpret, and present the data ....................................................................................................................20

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