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Title: TOWARDS A TOOLKIT FOR PRACTICING EXPERIENCE DESIGNERS
Authors: JEFFREY TZU KWAN VALINO KOH
Keywords: HCI, experience design, interactivity, toolkit, practitioner, UX
Issue Date: 23-Oct-2013
Citation: JEFFREY TZU KWAN VALINO KOH (2013-10-23). TOWARDS A TOOLKIT FOR PRACTICING EXPERIENCE DESIGNERS. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This dissertation presents the culmination of theoretical and applied research conducted at the Keio-NUS CUTE Center within the topic of interactivity. The theoretical study and applied development of interactive experiences, artworks, products and systems requires a multidisciplinary approach. Methods, techniques and terminology can differ greatly between the practitioners that are involved. These include software developers, engineers, social scientists, interaction and experience designers, media artists and usability experts. As such, approaches towards identifying, conceptualising, characterising, measuring and implementing such systems can be fragmented and disjointed. With this in mind, this research attempts to bring parity between experience design practitioners by proposing methods that address the above mentioned activities of identifying, conceptualising, characterising, measuring, and implementing (IC2MI) in a simple and resource-efficient manner.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/120584
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