Interaction Design

Earthquake

agosto 7th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Information Visualization, Interaction Design

Earthquake

This map shows an example of what can easily be done combining a simple google map visualization and one of the many data sets available at data gov. http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki is the place where I got the information and a tutorial on linked data.

Linked data

agosto 5th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Interaction Design

Linked data

Linked Data is about using the Web to connect related data that wasn’t previously linked, or using the Web to lower the barriers to linking data currently linked using other methods. More specifically, Wikipedia defines Linked Data as “a term used to describe a recommended best practice for exposing, sharing, and connecting pieces ofdata, information, and knowledge [...]

FORM v.s. CODING

agosto 5th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Interaction Design, Senza categoria, Thinking & Reasoning, slideshow

FORM v.s. CODING

Having been trained as an Industrial Designer I have always seen design as a form giving process. Communications designers might see it differently, but I think of manipulating and organizing materials, physical or virtual, when I design anything. I have been wondering recently whether this is an outmoded paradigm.
As designers get asked to tackle systems [...]

Interaction Design

agosto 5th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Interaction Design

Interaction Design

Interaction design (IxD) is the study of devices with which a user can interact, in particular computer users. The practice typically centers on “embedding information technology into the ambient social complexities of the physical world.”[1] It can also apply to other types of non-electronic products and services, and even organizations. Interaction design defines the behavior (the “interaction”) of [...]

Earthquake Map

agosto 5th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Information Visualization, Interaction Design

Earthquake Map

This map shows an example of what can easily be done combining a simple google map visualization and one of the many data sets available at data gov. http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki is the place where I got the information and a tutorial on linked data.

Herschel article

giugno 28th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Interaction Design

Herschel article

Example of a jqueryslider following a tutorial

Clock

giugno 10th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Interaction Design, slideshow

Clock

Here comes a flex clock I made as an example using flex library degrafa for fun. More information about how to build it can be found at degrafa.org and on axiis.org

Indesit

aprile 21st, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Information Visualization, Interaction Design, slideshow

Indesit

Contenuti:
I consumi istantanei e cumulativi di tutti gli elettrodomestici di una o più case.
Programmare l’accensione e spegnimento della rete elettrica di una casa.
Impostare un piano tariffario dell’energia ed avere dei gadget che aiutino ad avere maggiore controllo su quanto si sta consumando (anello, presa shuko intelligente, cavo, esempi UFO Powerstrip, honeywell, Kill a Watt)
Impostare avviso [...]

Foto di carnevale

febbraio 16th, 2010  |  by marcocarnesecchi  |  published in Interaction Design

Foto di carnevale

Il vantaggio di questo rompicapo nei confronti dei sillogismi (Johnson-Laird & Bara, 1984) o del compito di selezione di Wason (Wason, 1966) è che esso non è stato costruito ad-hoc dagli sperimentatori ed imposto alle persone, bensì scelto liberamente da giocatori di tutto il mondo che si sforzano e trovano diletto nel condurre operazioni di [...]


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