Designing Across Senses (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 08 November 2018

With a subtitle of 'A Multimodal Approach to Product Design', this book looks at how to use different interaction modes to connect speech, touch, haptic, and gestural interfaces into products that engage several human senses at once. Authors Christine Park and John Alderman explain the basic principles behind multimodal interaction and introduce the tools you need to root your design in the ways our senses shape experience. The book explores examples from current designers and devices to describe how these products blend multiple interface modes together into a cohesive user experience.

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Author: Christine Park and John Alderman
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: April 2018
Pages: 296
ISBN: 978-1491954249
Print: 1491954248
Kindle: B07BZQGK61
Audience: Interface developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: UI/UX

 

  • New Human Factors: learn how human sensory abilities allow us to interact with technology and the physical world
  • New Technologies: explore some of the technologies that enable multimodal interactions, products, and capabilities
  • Multimodal Products: examine different categories of products and learn how they deliver sensory-rich experiences
  • Multimodal Design: learn processes and methodologies for multimodal product design, development, and release

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