Paperback: 106 pages
email: jpannafino [at] gmail.com
"I was so excited to come across this book. It clearly and comprehensively defines the theories crucial to being effective at interaction design. It was a quick and easy read and I learned things I can use to explain to clients and colleagues why their designs should look this way instead of that way. I teach graphic design at the college level and have made this book a required reading! It was written by a teacher and works well with interaction design curriculum. Excellent teaching tool, interesting read!"
"An excellent guide to the principals and terminology that anyone new to the
interactive discipline will need to know and master over their course of their career ... and
also a good refresher to those of us that have been doing it for a bit."
"With Interdisciplinary Interaction Design James Pannafino has created a valuable resource
for all interaction designers and those interested in learning about the field. I find myself
coming back to Interdisciplinary Interaction Design, it's a very helpful reference."
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James has presented at conferences at the following institutions and universities: HOW Interactive Design, Fordham University, Harvard University, Maryland Institute of College and Art, Penn State University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
James's love for communication design and visualization has led him to produce his first book; Common College Sense: The Visual Guide to Understanding Everyday Tasks for College Students The book uses both visual diagrams and written explanations to clearly describe common-sense tasks.