Experience design 1, Volume 1

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New Riders, 2001 - Computers - 304 pages
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With Experience Design, Nathan Shedroff has designed and written a book for those in the digital and related design professions, especially those creating online and interactive media who are looking for core inspiration and meaning in their work. This is a book directly at the intersection of today's design disciplines - interaction design, information design, visual design, and more. Shedroff provides not only a way of designing online experience, but also, and more importantly, an approach to all design, whether it be of products, services, environments, or events. Read cover-to-cover, Experience Design is a kind of textbook that presents theories and examples. Opened to any page at random, it is a source of inspiration that challenges your thinking about your creative work.

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Way ahead of it's time. I hope to meet this man someday. Read full review

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Way ahead of it's time. I hope to meet this man someday. Read full review


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About the author (2001)

Nathan Shedroff is the program chair of California College of the Arts' groundbreaking MBA in Design Strategy. He is one of the pioneers of experience design, an approach to design that encompasses multiple senses and explores the common characteristics in all media that make experiences successful. Nathan speaks and teaches internationally and has written extensively on design and business issues, including his 2001 book "Experience Desi""gn," He maintains a website with resources on experience design at www.nathan.com/ed. He's a serial entrepreneur; he works in several media; and he consults strategically to help companies build better, more meaningful experiences for their customers.