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Thoughts on Interaction Design

Thoughts on Interaction Design offers readers new insights into Interaction Design and the connections between technology and form, people and technology. Now in its second edition, Jon Kolko's best-selling title builds upon its engaging material aimed to educate Designers, help Designers educate business owners, and legitimize Interaction Design for businesses.

I worked with Jon to design and publish this book through Morgan Kaufmann. 

Atypical was the objective

Atypical was the objective

Design thinking is a creative pursuit. With that, we though that a book about design should bring forward the creative expression it worked to describe. 

 We used photography to bring out Jon's personality and bring some humor to the subject of interaction design.

We used photography to bring out Jon's personality and bring some humor to the subject of interaction design.

 Much of the 130 page book involves type and image to vary the visual theme throughout the story and keep the reader engaged.

Much of the 130 page book involves type and image to vary the visual theme throughout the story and keep the reader engaged.

 Jon Kolko is a character throughout the book. He, himself, is a work of art and bringing that forward helped us reinforce the uniqueness of his perspective.   Get a copy of  Thoughts on Interaction Design .

Jon Kolko is a character throughout the book. He, himself, is a work of art and bringing that forward helped us reinforce the uniqueness of his perspective. 

Get a copy of Thoughts on Interaction Design.