Tangible user interfaces: misconceptions and insights

Nicolas Nova on tangible user interfaces
“Tangible user interfaces: misconceptions and insights” is the title of a presentation that Nicolas Nova gave yesterday at a Nokia Design meeting (part of their “IN&Out speaker series”) in Topanga, California.

The presentation pointed out some potential misconceptions drawn from user experience research, and is meant to be “food for thoughts” for designers by triggering some insights and discussion about design problems/solutions and ideas.

Nicolas Nova is a Ph.D. student at the CRAFT (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne) and the author of the Pasta & Vinegar weblog about emerging technologies usage research and foresight.

Download presentation (pdf, 6.12 mb, 45 slides)

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