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Delivering Design: Performance and Materiality in Professional Interaction Design

  title={Delivering Design: Performance and Materiality in Professional Interaction Design},
  author={Elizabeth S. Goodman},
Author(s): Goodman, Elizabeth | Advisor(s): Van House, Nancy | Abstract: Interaction design is the definition of digital behavior, from desktop software and mobile applications to components of appliances, automobiles, and even biomedical devices. Where architects plan buildings, graphic designers make visual compositions, and industrial designers give form to three-dimensional objects, interaction designers define the digital components of products and services. These include websites, mobile… 
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