Designing for Interaction: Table of Contents Posted

For the curious, I’ve posted the table of contents for my upcoming book. If there’s something grossly missing from an introductory book on interaction design, please let me know.

3 thoughts on “Designing for Interaction: Table of Contents Posted

  1. dan, in the publishing process, are you obliged to submit a TOC to new riders and work in a linear fashion? it looks like you have every angle covered… i’m psyched to read your interview with brenda laurel.

  2. Dan, Just a thought. What about the role of prototyping in interaction design? In my newly remodeled interaction seminar course, we are studying PD and prototyping as one of the threads of interaction design. The stuff there is useful, and it led to things like CI and Liz Sanders’ work.

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