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Ch 2: Interaction & Interactive Design

About This Chapter

Our lively lessons will provide employees with clear and comprehensive overviews of topics related to interaction and interactive design. Each lesson is dedicated to a specific topic that your employees will need to know in order to understand this subject.

Interaction & Interactive Design- Chapter Summary

Employees can use our helpful online lessons to learn some important facts about both interaction and interactive design, their importance in the workplace and the tools employees will need to know about in order to properly implement them. The instructors of the lessons will provide employees with clear and comprehensive accounts of different topics related to the subject as a whole, such as:

  • The patterns, process and tools of interaction design
  • The definition and examples of interaction design
  • The definition and examples of interactive design
  • Interactive web design

The lessons offer complete overviews of both interaction and interactive design, the differences between the two, and the different tools used for each in specific mediums. The chapter also contains practice quiz questions that will be helpful in testing employees' understanding of these topics once they have completed the lessons.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: Employees will have a much easier time with user experience design training if they have a thorough understanding of both interaction and interactive design.
  • Makes distinctions: Working with both interaction and interactive design will be easier if employees understand not only the definitions and functions of each, but the specific differences between the two.
  • Instructs usage: Both interaction and interactive design will be easier to work with if employees understand the proper patterns and tools related to each when used in practice.

Skills Covered

When employees complete the lessons, they will be able to:

  • Identify the patterns and processes of interactive design
  • Identify the patterns and processes of interaction design
  • Differentiate between interactive and interaction design
  • Identify examples of each
  • Use relevant tools to implement interaction and interactive design

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