“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 â€œIN&Out speaker seriesâ€) in Topanga, California.
The presentation pointed out some potential misconceptions drawn from user experience research, and is meant to be â€œfood for thoughtsâ€ 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)