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 in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University - Bloomington. His research foci include critical design, interaction criticism, research through design, and digital creativity, which he approaches from a perspective that reflects his background in the humanities.
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