Interaction Design

Designing systems for one or more users to interact with (or with each other within). The term interaction implies an unfolding two-way exchange.

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in Interaction Design

The capacity of the user to control, shape or direct the interaction.

Stuart Jones

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in Interaction Design

Interaction is a two-way exchange. It can be person – person, machine – machine, person – machine. It is typified by its mutuality and also by being a sequence of exchanges.

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in Interaction Design

Participant is a term which extends beyond the usual understanding of ‘user’. It posits an active envolvement of participants in the generation of the work, at a profound level, through interaction with, arrangement of, or even production of, its elements.

See the work of Usman Haque, particularlyOpen Source Architecture andReconfigurable House

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