Part 4 - Interaction Design & Images and Media
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In this episode, David explores how interaction design is applied to the delivery of images and media through the use of patterns, timing, size and more. Then he switches over to Adobe Flash Catalyst to show an example where some of this is applied to a light box project.
Runtime : 00:28:34 Added : 03/01/2011
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Classroom: Five Essential Principles of Interaction Design
Interactive Experience Design Expert David Hogue focuses on five key principles of interaction design: Consistency, Visibility, Learn-ability, Predictability, and Feedback.
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