Optimizing interaction designs


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Optimizing interaction designs

In the Interaction Design Fundamentals course, we discuss the three types of models. The first is a Mental Model and this the way a person thinks that something should work. This is the expectation and the experience that they bring with them. I have an idea about how it should work to build a custom bouquet. The Conceptual Model is the way the design and development team approaches the functionality. In other words, how they design it to work. How is this actually going to happen in the interface, and then the System Model is the way it actually works we could say under the hood.

This is behind the scenes, the data model, the JavaScript, the functionality, whether or not things are updating in real time. Is it one step or two steps? Remember now, the Mental Model is what the customer or the visitor brings to the site, the Conceptual Model is how it was designed to work, and the System Model is how it works technically behind the scenes. We don't want people to be exposed to the System Model es...

Optimizing interaction designs
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Optimizing interaction designs provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by David Hogue as part of the Applied Interaction Design

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