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- The chapter introduction and aims, as they appear in the book
- A set of web resources that extend the subject treatment in the book. The number of links that we could include for each chapter is enormous, but as you have no doubt discovered when using the web, some links go to dead ends, and others are not very useful. We have been fairly discriminating in suggesting links and we have included only a few per chapter. If you discover other great links that you think should be included, or if you find that any existing links have gone dead, please let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org
- We have included comments on the assignment at the end of each chapter. For those requiring further support or ideas, these should help inspire and guide you.
- A set of teaching materials (Powerpoint slides) based on the chapter content. For copyright reasons we have not been able to include all of the figures and diagrams that appear in the book, but they can of course be supplemented by your own figures.
- What is Interaction Design?
- Understanding and Conceptualizing Interaction
- Understanding Users
- Designing for Collaboration and Communication
- Affective Aspects
- Interfaces and Interactions
- Data Gathering
- Data Analysis, Interpretation and Presentation
- The Process of Interaction Design
- Identifying Needs and Establishing Requirements
- Design, Prototyping and Construction
- Introducing Evaluation
- An Evaluation Framework
- Usability Testing and Field Studies
- Analytical Evaluation