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Inventing the medium : principles of interaction design as a cultural practice
Janet H. Murray.
Table of Contents
Introduction: a cultural approach to interaction design -- I.Changing technologies, lasting innovations -- 1.Design in an evolving medium -- 2.Affordances of the digital medium -- 3.Maximizing the four affordances -- II.Designing expressive procedures -- 4.Computational strategies of representation -- 5.Building procedural complexity -- III.Spatial design strategies -- 6.Defining and navigating spaces and places -- 7.The library model for collocating information -- IV.Designing encyclopedic resources -- 8.The database model: strategies for segmentation and juxtaposition of information -- 9.The structured document model: using standardized metadata to share knowledge -- V.Scripting interaction -- 10.The tool model: augmenting the expressive power of the hand -- 11.The machine model: visibility and control as design goals -- 12.The companion model: helpful accompaniment as a design goal -- 13.The game model: scripting interaction as structured play.