Interaction frogger: a design framework to couple action and function through feedback and feedforward

@inproceedings{Wensveen2004InteractionFA,
  title={Interaction frogger: a design framework to couple action and function through feedback and feedforward},
  author={S. A. G. Wensveen and J. P. Djajadiningrat and Kees C. J. Overbeeke},
  booktitle={Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper we present a design framework to analyze person-product interaction. Its focus is on how the user's action and the product's function are coupled through different types of feedback and feedforward: inherent and augmented information. Instead of using the notion of 'coupling' in an abstract sense, our framework tries to give six practical characteristics for coupling action and information, i.e., time, location, direction, dynamics, modality and expression. Unifying action and… 

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