In my work at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, I help students understand the ‘dialogue’ between users and interactive media products. My lessons focus on concept development and on the social, cultural and cognitive side of interaction design. While my students develop interactive products, I critique their work and provide examples and resources.
I filter core texts from other disciplines and connect them with interaction design. The disciplines include anthropology, the history of communication and advertising. For cognitive ergonomy, I draw on my own readings in usability labs, but also on readings in psychology and various reports from colleagues in the field.
In concept development, I spend the most time helping students identify the right materials to use as sources, they are ready to be creative.
For more about my vision of teaching and learning, have a look at the post How are students learning?
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