Below is additional material associated with the topics covered in chapter 1.
There are many online resources on interaction design. A good place to start is Norman and Nielsen’s Research-Based User Experience site which has many articles on UX and user experience:
Another one that covers basics is the UK’s usability website: https://www.usability.gov/what-and-why/interaction-design.html
Interaction Design Foundation has many articles, online courses and up=tp-date content:
A blog site that has many archived thought pieces written over the years is Boxes and Arrows:
Yvonne Rogers blog (https://interactiveingredients.com/)
covers musings and reflections on technology in her everyday encounters with the world.
Good and bad designs
Don Norman has written a number of essays and books on good design. For a number of thought-provoking examples see: https://jnd.org/tag/in_praise_of_good_design/
Teo Yu Siang (2022a blog called “Bad Design vs. Good Design: 5 Examples We can Learn From”
There are a number of articles discussing design principles on the web. For example, Springboard Blog has a set of 16 important ones for newcomers. See: www.springboard.com/blog/ux-design-principles
Web accessibility initiative (WAI) develops guidelines that are the international standard for web design: http://www.w3.org/WAI/
Links to old and new inspiration:
Durrell Bishop's answering machine (p4): vimeo.com/19930744
Design for a better world: https://jnd.org/design-for-a-better-world-table-of-contents/