Interaction Criticism: How To Do It Handout

My 7-part series “Interaction Criticism: How To Do It” is among the most popular hits on this site. As of now, it is also spread across 7 different posts, some of them with their own comments, all of them with their own blog clutter.

As a long overdue service to readers (and also to help me get motivated to revise it and send it somewhere as a proper paper), I have compiled all seven parts, ever so lightly edited them, and now present them in a single downloadable form. Hopefully, it is more user friendly now.

Bardzell – Interaction Criticism: How To Do It

UPDATE: The above link was broken for a while, but it has since been fixed.

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About jeffreybardzell

Jeffrey Bardzell is an Associate Professor of HCI Design and new media at the School of Informatics and Computing and an Affiliated Faculty of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University - Bloomington. He specializes in the aesthetics of software interfaces, amateur multimedia design communities, and digital creativity.
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