Information Interaction Design: A Unified Field Theory of Design

By Nathan Shedroff, "Many people create or engineer interactions, presentations, and experiences for others. Almost all interactions--whether part of a book, a directory, a catalog, a newspaper, or a television program--can be created or addressed by one process. This process can be used to produce every CD-ROM, kiosk, presentation, game, and online service. It can also be used for every dance, music, comedy, or theater performance. While the traditions and technologies may change with every discipline, the process does not." This is a chapter from the book Information Design, edited by Robert E. Jacobson. Read the chapter...

Posted by seralat at 03:38 PM on June 11, 2002
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