Interactive Design for New Media and the Web [NOOK Book]


This new edition of Designing Interactive Digital Media is significantly expanded with the

latest interactive features of DVD, as well as the newest techniques and ...
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This new edition of Designing Interactive Digital Media is significantly expanded with the

latest interactive features of DVD, as well as the newest techniques and technologies used for other forms

of digital rendering. Included among the many enhancements to the new edition are sections on user

participation in e-commerce, 3D graphics and animation, polling and use of cookies, new design templates,

html and intranet learning games. The companion Website shows numerous examples discussed in the text of

all types of programs and their applications.

Audience: Professional and amateur designers of multimedia programs and web sites for entertainment, training, sales, education, etc.; Students of multimedia.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781136134050
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/7/2001
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 280
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Nick Iuppa is one of the premier designers of interactive media. His works include highly successful and award-winning games, instructional material, point-of-sale systems and entertainment productions. He has worked for world-renowned entertainment companies like Walt Disney Productions and Paramount Pictures, and Silicon Valley Giants like Hewlett Packard and Apple Computer. Currently, he is Vice President and Creative Director for Paramount Digital Entertainment.
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Table of Contents

Pt. I Background 1
1 Interactivity? 3
2 A Short History of Interactivity 9
3 The Internet 21
4 Distance Learning 29
5 Interactive Games 35
6 Interactive Experiences 43
Pt. II Creating Interactive Products 49
7 The Process 51
8 Interactive Design 59
9 Human Interface Design 67
10 Flowcharts and Site Maps 77
11 Prototyping 89
12 The Technology of the Web 105
Pt. III Interactive Instruction 117
13 Basic Structure 119
14 Exercise Design 129
15 Compendium of Distance Learning Exercises 149
16 Test Construction and Evaluation 159
Pt. IV Interactive Entertainment 169
17 Basic Structure 171
18 The Adventure! 177
19 Comics on the Internet 193
20 Game Shows 199
Pt. V Information, e-Commerce Systems, and Beyond 207
21 Corporate and Informational Web Sites 209
22 e-Commerce Systems 223
23 Where Is It All Going? 237
Index 243
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