Communication doesn’t necessarily require interaction

This morning I had a presentation about what interaction is. I’d like to specify, it was about interaction, not Interaction Design. I want to make clear that I’m speaking about interaction itself not of the related design practise. The most controversial point of my presentation was when I compared interaction with communication. (I knew that it was going to rise…

High affordance, low affordance and “spatial affordance”?

Affordance is one of the most interesting argument we faced so far. Donald Norman appropriated this term using it the context of human-machine interaction and defined it like this: “The perceived and actual properties of the thing, primarily those fundamental properties that determine just how the thing could possible be used.[…] Affordances provide strong clues to the operations of things.…
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