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Tools for designing interaction

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Richard Hyde

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Tools for designing interaction Richard Hyde
@richardthyde
richard@mind-click.com PASSIVE TEMPLATED CUSTOM WEB 2.0 GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE DREAM INTERACTION PRODUCT Usability
Functionality
Re-usability Interaction tools WEB 2.0
Social, user generated, native FEATURES ADVICE E.G. PASSIVE
Click & show TEMPLATES
Customisable, skinnable CUSTOM
Raw code, simulation,
branching FEATURES ADVICE E.G. FEATURES ADVICE E.G. CATEGORIES ADVICE E.G. Work flow
Technology
Publishing WHAT ARE THEY MADE OF? TYPES DEVICE INTERACTION CHALLENGES Great tools
Main frustrations Easy
Quick
Cheap
Presentation
Factual knowledge Bewildering choice
Games, quizzes, presentation
Assets, states, triggers
Customisable skins
Flash & HTML5 output Programming
Games, simulations, scenarios
Can do anything?
Slow & costly
Cloud & desktop Context http://www.mbusa.com/impact/index# Emotion
Conversation
Mind not media
Text & graphics Informal interaction
Experiential interaction
Fit into the workflow
Feel like work content tumult.com/hype "Artist’s easel"

"Spanner in the works"

"Pure creativity"

"A tool is only as good as the one using it" NATIVE WRAPPERS "I've yet to hear about the tweet that changed someone's life" Challenge Activity Feedback Text & audio
Eye & ear candy
Repetition Common errors
Cognitive/procedural
Flexible output
Extend Drag & nod off
Out of context Usability
Code anorak
Lack of storyboard Type > Content > Theme > Settings > Download
elearningbrothers.com Soft skills
Simulation
Costly mistakes gimcrackd.com/etc/src/ http://www.infosemantics.com.au/sites/default/files/file/dragdropexamples/chemistry/DragAndDrop_Chemistry.htm http://9elements.com/io/projects/html5/canvas/ Technical dead ends Responsive design TinCan API Courses Resources "We will set a stage for other people to perform"

"Content is different in the morning and the evening"

"Super colony interacting at a higher level than humans"

"We are becoming an interface to devices" http://www.gimcrackd.com/etc/src/ WATCH THESE http://open.nasa.gov/exploration-roadmap/ Hype http://html.adobe.com/edge/animate/ Twine wrapper Name
USPs
Price http://camerasim.com/camera-simulator/ Rating: www.elearninguncovered.com Evaluation: www.kineo.com/authoring-tools/rapid-e-learning-authoring-tools.html TYPES COMPARISON Cloud Desktop Plug-in Wed 24 April 10am

British Psychological Society & Nelson Croom

http://www.elearningage.co.uk/webinarprogramme/excellencenonprofit.aspx GOLD When:

Who:

Where:


What: Expert content, interactivity and social features
Learners share, compare and learn from each other
Open input questions higher response rates
Results very positive, in learner numbers, feedback and impact the courses have had on adults with autism Choose a different ending
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