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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While Kolko’s background in human computer interaction seems to makes Thoughts tailor-made for web designers and other graphical user interface GUI wizards, the basic divide between product and user applies regardless of the mechanism of interface.
And you were talking in your book on ethics and morals and morality and how these thojghts 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.
It was mixed with examples and theory of IxD.
Thoughts on Interaction Design
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 reading list, though it does not actually include any such formal section. Best of luck in all your future endeavors. Books by Jon Kolko.
On the other side of things, you look at the developing teams at a company like Pn these guys are as creative or 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.
They want to make a difference, and part of the entitlement generation is they feel they are entitled to a to make a difference and b to a world that is different. I’m not used to reading books with two columns on the page and that made it harder for me to stay involved in the book. So while Thoughts is a solid resource for designers, it is less important for designers to read than it is for us to proselytize and to try to pass kooko dog-eared copy up jkn middle management and hopefully all the way to the CEO.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Innovators come in two varieties: It also ties business success to design and the emphasis on the end user. Ya it felt good, I had no reference, you know, desigm a thousand a lot? This struck me as profoundly backwards because any well-designed product must have had a designer who’d already given thought to how the product should be used, and flowcharts of an ideal user experience were probably even posted on jo cubicle wall somewhere.
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Listen to this show Show time: My sincere apologies for the mistake re: You can kind of compare that to the dialogue that you might have with something that has been passed down threw your family. Designing for Sociality in…. It should be resolved now. Mace Ousley rated it it was amazing Nov 04, It provides a framework upon which to build intellectual discourse, and it substantiates the rigorous and unique nature of interaction design work.
You know what I mean? And I was wondering how does the interaction designer people go from chaos to making wise design decision. Refresh and try again. Kolko also writes with just the right amount of indignation at the problems inherent in a traditional manufacturing flow.
The crux of that distinction is interaction design.
Hans Lehr rated it it was amazing May 26, Subscribe to Radio Johnny on iTunes. Clearly, something is wrong with the way that products are brought from their inception to their introduction to the interactuon.
Trivia About Thoughts on Inter While that might also be a likely conclusion in Paris, I doubt that it’s true in most of Scandinavia. In all, an engaging and intelligent read.
Book Review: Thoughts on Interaction Design, by Jon Kolko
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. 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: They both focus on people, they are both quantitative and qualitative, they both borrow heavily on the social and behavioural signs but design research and designers attempt to understand culture, whereas marketing research tries to predict behaviour.
I think this is partly a result of the goal of the book – to define and articulate what interaction design is, which is noble in theory, but in practice, just isn’t interesting to me. Content-wise the book had a lot of interesting points and made me think. It shows a clear way of problem solving not available to practitioners from other fields such as advertising and business in general. So when you get close, or when you get close to patterning that idea of flow make sure you share okay?
Unfortunately, it feels a little dull, and a little confused on who the audience is, precisely. To ask other readers questions about Thoughts on Interaction Designplease sign up. This book had some new insights for me on how to think of interaction design as more than just usability.
Is happy the same thoughst seductive? It seems like every decade, design is trumpeted as the new soul of business, but our era of porcelain Jonathan Ive emulation is actually a little different from streamlining and Raymond Loewy.
Do you want to share a little information about that. I’ve ordered the book. But as a practitioner with almost ten years experience under my belt, I was hoping for more remarkable thoughts.
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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. This is a must read for anyone working in the Design industry. Lists with This Book. Sadly, most people in corporate America feel the same way.
Jul 11, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read this book to get an idea of the interaction design industry. The book showcases the output of FontShop International, a type foundry begun inaround the time that Apple designed their TrueType system and Adobe Not many truly deep thoughts here, apart from the valuable point Kolko makes about interaction design being about more than just cosmetics, but in fact behavior.
There are a few aspects that are very tightly related in you book.