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Interaction Design: beyond human-computer interaction  
Interactivities

 

This section of the site contains various interactive educational tools.

Using an interactive sketching tool

- Creating storyboards is a very useful, low cost design technique, allowing the envisaged use of a new design to be quickly communicated and evaluated. This interactivity will introduce you to DENIM, an interactive sketching tool developed at the GUIR at the University of California at Berkeley.

An Interactive Heuristic Evaluation Toolkit [pop-up window]

-- This interactivity teaches you about how to choose appropriate heuristics for different user-groups with different types of devices. It requires you to be using at least a level 4 browser and to have Javascript turned on. This prototype was developed by Catherine Barber as part of her dissertation when studying as a masters student at Sussex University.
 

User-Interface Design for Mobile Devices: Understanding and Conceptualizing Interaction [pop-up window]

- This interactivity teaches you about the issues and trade-offs involved in designing a UI for a cell-phone. It requires you to have the Macromedia Shockwave Player installed in your browser. This prototype was developed by Mark Howell as part of his dissertation when studying as a masters student at Sussex University.

Designing and Using Questionnaires.

- This interactivity allows you to select from among 8 questionnaire templates. You can use the templates as they are or customize them for own studies.

     
 
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