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There is also a chapter on approaches to working on projects, including the sometimes difficult nature of wireframing and documenting gestures — everything from dance step notation to musical scores are possible approaches. There is an interplay of hardware and software, driven by behavior and code, that we probably haven’t seen to this degree since the s, when computing resources were painfully scarce.
Creating Smart Applications and Clever Devices pulled together various disparate approaches and aspects to interaction design into one volume. David rated it really liked it May 11, Please enter your email and we will send an email to reset your password. Of course gestural interaction standards are also an issue he covers and one that is fraught with danger if companies too aggressively use or abuse the patent system.
Touchscreens and Interactive Devices by Dan Saffer. Henk Wijnholds rated it liked it Jan 07, What kinds of gestures can I use? I’m not sure we’ve reached the point of the ‘bizarre misuse’ yet, although the gestural toilet paper dispenser comes close. Most of the devices we’re making now are part of a network, or need to work with other devices, or at a minimum have a website.
About the author Andy Polaine.
Some of these will be familiar to anyone who has been paying attention to the field for some interfacess, but others are more obscure, and therefore very welcome. What is a capacitive touchscreen?
Why wasn’t there a book safer these things? His first book, Designing for Interaction: Feb 16, Maria Mateva rated it liked it Shelves: A good grounding book on gestural interaction design.
Tens of millions of devices with touchscreens and other gestural interfaces will be sold in the next few years. Leisa rated it liked it Aug 16, Apr 13, Mabel rated it really liked it. Write a customer review.
Talk to the Hand: Dan Saffer and gestural interfaces, by Andy Polaine – Core77
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. And from a design perspective, it’s about focusing on the behavior and context of use to make the tasks as efficient and pleasing to do as possible. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. In my interview with Saffer on Core77Saffer told me he worries that manufacturers will go multi-touch crazy and what this might mean for the end user experience:.
Even though he says, “predicting the future is a sucker’s game,” Saffer has taken the plunge. Rather than making a large tower constructed from numerous materials ABS plastic, aluminum, steel, etc. I expected to read more about the design of multi-touch tables and surfaces Learn more about Amazon Prime.
Nintendo’s Wii and Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch have made gestural interfaces popular, but until now there’s been no complete source of information about the technology. Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Paperbackpages. Power-Hog piggy bank power meter Teach ’em young! If you are looking for a book dealing with multitouch interfaces, you’ll probably be disappointed. He is relatively cautious about the future predictions and there is nothing there that is likely to come back and haunt him apart from the robots, maybe.
One of the amazing things about the launch of the iPhone was that the commercials focused almost entirely on the UI, which I’d never seen elsewhere.
That’s so easy” because he makes good design principles and practices look like child’s play. Designing Gestural Interfaces will help you enter this new world of possibilities.
Designing Gestural Interfaces
If developed further, the book can become the bible of gestural interfaces. Laura rated it liked it Aug 22, Dhuaine rated it really liked it Nov 24, Keep me signed in Cancel. Mar 26, Marcos Moret added it.
Designing Gestural Interfaces provides you with essential information about kinesiology, sensors, ergonomics, physical computing, touchscreen technology, and new interface patterns — all you need to know to augment your existing skills in “traditional” web design, software, or product development.
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Lily rated it liked it Jun 21, Packed with informative illustrations and photos, this book helps you: In a world full of multi-touch and gestural interfaces for every aspect of what we do, what are the things we need to look out for to keep it human e and positive rather than one struggle after the next? Outside of the personal gadgets we all carry around, one of the areas in which touchscreens have become most pervasive is self-service machines.
The exciting, but tricky, aspect of gestural interfaces for interaction designers is that the interface feels like it disappears. Just three or four years ago this would have seemed as sci-fi as the now infamous scene in Minority Reportbut this time it felt like MI6 was almost behind the interfwces.