Cover for Thoughts on Interaction Design. Thoughts on Interaction Design. Book • Authors: Jon Kolko. Browse book content. About the book. Search in this. Thoughts on Interaction Design has ratings and 21 reviews. Kars said: More like a pep-talk for interaction designers. It’s a good book for those in d. I am a fan of Jon Kolko’s writing. He has written articles in several editions of ACM Interactions magazine. I didn’t know he has written an.
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Sadly, most people in corporate America feel the same way.
Book Review: Thoughts on Interaction Design, by Jon Kolko – Core77
On Radio Johnny we talk to interesting people in our field to get their thoughts and insights on the field. I understand that you had dinner Steve Baty recently? In all, an engaging and intelligent read. Who gives a shit! Mace Ousley rated it it was amazing Nov 04, I also love in a weird way, melancholy ones that are subtle and I love ones that are completely natural and complicit. Clearly, something is wrong with the way that products are brought from their inception to their introduction to the marketplace.
Central Iowa UX B Olivia rated it liked it Nov 06, John’s view is simple, concise and undeniable. Same thing is true, the extension of my head, and digital products are conducive to that when everything just flows.
I find that it makes one of the most compelling cases for Interaction Design because it links the technical and the personal. Annika rated it liked it Jun 26, It’s great to read to figure out what Interaction Design is in very pragmatic standpoint. I think this is partly a result of the goal of I’d never actually got through this book, and Jon Kolko is somewhat of a minor god in the design world, so I was expecting a lot.
And maybe even the long now trend sends our life which it makes it super difficult to get people jazzed about. Sep 19, Cooper Liska-smith marked it as to-read.
Gordon Bruce’s monograph of Eliot Noyes demonstrates the joy and prosperity that the latter approach can provide. On the other side of things, you look at the developing teams at a company like Frog; these guys are as creative kolki more than me, than any of the designers and are able to do pretty phenomenal and logical things, and not just talk about them but to show them.
The designer of a car interior or a kitchen knife is as much an interaction designer as someone writing java scripts for websites.
Radio Johnny: Jon Kolko’s Thoughts on Interaction Design
And the first is absolutely characterized, the corporate, the large, is absolutely characterized by a lack of process and a lack of understanding an appreciation thoughtts it. Really focusing on some of the strategic aspects of their business, but also getting down to some of the nuances of how do you sell ring tones and ring back tones.
First book to provide a solid definition and framework for the booming field of interaction design, finally giving designers the justification needed to prove their essential role on every development team Provides designers with tools they need to operate effectively in the workplace without compromising their goals: Is it a little?
One of them is related to what I think you were just describing with respect to experience. Dec 12, Jiri rated it really liked it. Absolutely, I mean your book your book touches on so many different aspects; we could take one chapter and and talk about it for hours literally.
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It defines design as a dialogue between human and things.
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Lists with This Book. That we need to in the future? I especially liked the authors aspirations for how IxD can be applied to everything from designing beautiful technology interfaces to designing social innovation. Using stark white and black geometric forms arranged on a grid, Aicher dwsign a comprehensive visual language that could be easily be I don’t want to know what interaction design is, I want to figure out how to become better at it.