XD: Experience Design Magazine (Issue One)
Miller, Faye Q. (Ed.) (2014) XD: Experience Design Magazine (Issue One). XD: Experience Design Magazine Pty Ltd, Sydney NSW.
XD: Experience Design Magazine is an interdisciplinary publication that focuses on the concept and practice of ‘experience design’, as a holistic concept separate from the well known concept of ‘user experience’.
The magazine aims to present a mixture of interrelated perspectives from industry and academic researchers with practicing designers and managers. The informal, journalistic style of the publication aims to simultaneously provide a platform for researchers and other writers to promote their work in an applied way for global impact, and for industry designers to present practical perspectives to inspire a global research audience.
Each issue will feature a series of projects, interviews, visuals, reviews and creative inspiration – all of which help everyone understand why experience design is important, who does it and where, how experience design is done in practice and how experience design research can enhance practice.
Contents Issue 1
Miller, F. Developing Principles for Designing Optimal Experiences Lavallee, P. Design for Emotions Khan, H. The Entropii XD Framework Bowe, M. & Silvers, A. First Steps in Experience Design Leaper, N. Learning by Design Forrest, R. & Roberts, T. Interpretive Design: Think, Do, Feel Tavakkoli, P. Working Hard at Play Stow, C. Designing Engaging Learning Experiences Wood, M. Enhance Your Travel Experience Using Apps Miller, F. Humanizing It Wood, M. Designing the White Night Experience Newberry, P. & Farnham, K. Experience Design Book Excerpt
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