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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Unfortunately, it feels a little dull, and a little confused on who the audience is, precisely.
Thoughts on Interaction Design
Thoughtw himself expresses this in the introduction, when he describes design as a both a language and a rhetoric. I think there is a lot of great research going on in a ko,ko of universities. All you can do is surround yourself with other people to expand your prospective, because when you have a problem you go to other designers.
Ultimately, the text exists to provide a definition that encompasses the intellectual facets of the field, the conceptual underpinnings of interaction design as a legitimate human-centered field, and the particular methods used by practitioners in their day to day experiences.
Book Review: Thoughts on Interaction Design, by Jon Kolko – Core77
Very articulate and highly readable. Thus, although Thoughts on Interaction Design is not an industrial design o in the mold of Henry Dreyfuss or even Donald Norman, his Thoughts are just as important, because all industrial design is interaction design as well.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. While discussions of semiotics seem speculative when applied to literature or media criticism, Kolko uses semiotics to analyze the process molko creation rather than deconstruction. I especially liked the authors aspirations for how IxD can be applied to everything from designing beautiful technology interfaces to designing social innovation.
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Up till now I think for the ,olko part there has been two issues. Is that there is a whole bunch of new names with new ideas and new ways of thinking about all of this stuff so you know, I hope to see you in Savannah.
And you were deeign in your book on ethics and morals and morality and how these things have an interdict role to play because ultimately what we value or what we see as ethical or appropriate or the appropriate process to follow either in a business or a social context; that may be entirely different than what people expect or demand in a place like.
Although the value of design is now recognized as essential to product development, the field is often misunderstood by managers and Interaction Designers—whether practicing as Usability Engineers, Visual Interface Designers, or Information Architects—attempt to understand and kooko human behavior in order to design products that are at once usable, useful, and desirable. Perfect Paperbackpages.
Who gives a shit! Even if none of Kolko’s personal conclusions suit your tastes, he’s done the work, as they say, and his book serves as a solid bibliography for any design jin list, though it does not actually include any such formal section.
As a reviewer of design books, I found that Kolko referenced all of the right bibles, from the aforementioned Dreyfuss and Norman to visual thinkers like Edward Tufte. Aug 18, Ninakix rated it it was amazing Shelves: And the short now, sure of course you can afford not to have it.
John’s view is simple, concise and undeniable.
Although I didn’t have the same reaction that the reviewer did, I highly recommend this book. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. My sincere apologies for the mistake re: Straight to you every other week.
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Specifically, I enjoyed in no particular order: You know what I mean? The interpretation of gathered data, however, is dramatically different across disciplines. I just presumed that products appeared through spontaneous generation.
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 interaciton lot. Ruby rated it it was amazing Jan 10, The Role of Intuition in IxD. And was that the idea you were driving at when you stated that? While designers have always needed to be jacks-of-all-trades, Kolko’s book shows just how fuzzy the boundaries have become.
Same thing is true, the extension of my head, and digital products are conducive to that when everything just flows. It does define UX, IA and other forms of interaction design. I am comfortable enough in my job and dssign talents that I don’t require this kind of pick-me-up. But as a practitioner with almost ten years experience under my belt, I was hoping for more remarkable thoughts. Yes, and maybe you have touched on this already and forgive me if you have.
Where as maybe some of the Native languages, if you kind find someone who can visualize this stuff in their head and oh ya by the way can open up java and start cranking stuff out.