Mark Baskinger, Mark Gross
Interaction design melds traditional methods and approaches from other established disciplines. Many immediately think of digital technology or software, but the concepts of "interaction" are deeply rooted in classical industrial designproducts are designed to actively engage people and mediate their relationships with systems, activities, information, and with each other. Today interaction design includes services, systems, and strategic planning and reflects core principles of human-system/human-object interaction. Within the diverse landscape of interaction exists a specialized area where physical form and computing combine to yield new paradigms of interaction. This area, "tangible" interaction design, broadens scope, relevance, and application, linking interaction…
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