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MOBILE INTERFACE THEORY FOR UX DESIGN;

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Transcript of MOBILE INTERFACE THEORY FOR UX DESIGN;

MOBILE INTERFACE THEORY FOR UX DESIGN;
Or, Why You Need a Cultural Theorist on Your Team
Jason Farman, Ph.D.
jasonfarman.com
jasonfarman@gmail.com
@farman

Design | Cultures + Creativity Program
“A key tenet of our current cultural shift: it is less about the devices and more about an activity.”
Mobile Interface Theory, pg. 1
Begin by looking at these questions historically.
Remediation: all media have a genealogy
FIXED - PORTABLE - MOBILE
PLACE MATTERS
mobile media change the way we experience space, our sense of our own bodies, and the practices of social life.
EMBRACE MEDIUM-SPECIFICITY
CONTENT IS NOT
SEAMLESSLY TRANSFERABLE
EMBRACE THE POWER OF
CREATIVE MISUSE
HCIL SYMPOSIUM | MAY 29, 2014
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