Interaction design has many dimensions. It addresses how people read and understand words, interpret images, explore physical space, and think about time and motion, along with how actions and responses affect human behavior. It touches on many other disciplines, such as industrial design, cognitive psychology, and user interface design.
This lecture will present a visual language meant to enhance one’s understanding of interdisciplinary theories within interaction design. It’s a must-see for students, educators, and any print designer looking for help transitioning to the digital world.