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Your Price: $; List Price: $; Includes EPUB, MOBI, and PDF In Seductive Interaction Design, speaker and author Stephen P. In Seductive Interaction Design, speaker and author Stephen P. Anderson takes a fresh approach to designing sites and interactions based on the stages of. PDF Books File Designing with Type Edition (PDF, ePub, Mobi) by James Craig Online . Seductive Interaction Design: Creating Playful, Fun, and Effective User .

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Choose Store. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! How do you get people to stick around long enough to see how your service might be of value? Anderson takes a fresh approach to designing sites and interactions based on the stages of seduction. This beautifully designed book examines what motivates people to act. Topics include: Why do striking visuals grab our attention? And how do emotions affect judgment and behavior?

How do you create playful engagements during the moment?

Why are serendipity, arousal, rewards, and other delights critical to a good experience? How do you put people at ease through clear and suggestive language?

What are some subtle ways to influence behavior and get people to move from intent to action? How do you continue motivating people long after the first encounter? Are there lessons to be gained from learning theories or game design? Principles from psychology are found throughout the book, along with dozens of examples showing how these techniques have been applied with great success. In addition, each section includes interviews with influential web and interaction designers.

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You've successfully reported this review. We appreciate your feedback. More generally, I would argue that play is an essential part of living. The instinctive human drive toward play continuously pushes us to find new ways to understand and influence the world around us. The type of fun you might engineer for one person might be boring, irritating, or offensive to many others.

Second, fun is an effect of a well-designed game, rather than something that can be molded directly out of clay. I talk more about the motivations that drive people to play games in Chapter 4.

See page UX designers will find great value in exploring how they can make life more intuitive, more engaging, more memorable, more meaningful, more rewarding, more productive, more effective, and more successful. Are you saying that everything people do should be turned into a game?

In this book I show how UX designers can find great opportunity in building on the innate gamefulness residing in everyday experiences to create better ways for people to interact with computers than would otherwise be available. However, this approach is not appropriate in every situation, and pursuing game strategies where there is no game to be found will result in projects that are doomed to failure. For an explanation of such pitfalls, I encourage you to read the Introduction.

See page xv. Many games have amazing user interfaces, which can be a great source of inspiration in our own work. There are a few conferences I recommend attending.

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I would love to see substantial numbers of UX designers attend these conferences. All of these groups also have very active e-mail discussion communities, which you can join on their websites. We think of fun, of playing, of winning and losing; we think of competition.

But we often miss the depth of discovery and reward that games provide. If a fundamental goal of user experience is to elevate human-computer interaction, what better way to up-level that interaction than by infusing games? Because make no mistake: games have a long and profound relationship with human beings.

They appeal to our fundamental need to surprise and be surprised, to learn and teach, to discover and connect, to analyze and intuit. Design it so it talks to and tickles human psychology.

Think of the value intrinsic in a worthwhile transaction and leverage what lies beneath. What an exciting time for all of us!This is a much better book as a result of their careful attention and thoughtful input.

Narrative, story, aesthetics. However, this approach is not appropriate in every situation, and pursuing game strategies where there is no game to be found will result in projects that are doomed to failure. But we often miss the depth of discovery and reward that games provide. My challenge to you: Draw upon this diversity—magical things happen at the intersection of seemingly unrelated ideas.