Z515 Spring 2015

Representation and Mental Models

Responding to:

Norman, D. (1993). The power of representation (pp. 43-75). In Things that make us smart.: Defending human attributes in the age of the machine. Cambridge: Perseus Books.
McCloud, S. (1994). Understanding comics: the invisible art (pp. 26-41). New York: HarperCollins.
Hinton, A. (2014). Making things make sense (pp. 175-195) and How language works (pp. 127-140). Understanding Context: Environment, Language, and Information Architecture. Beijing: O’Reilly.
Johnson, J. (2010). We perceive what we expect (pp. 1-9). In Designing with the Mind in Mind: Simple Guide to Understanding User Interface Design Rules. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Rogers, Y., Sharp, H. & Preece, J. (2011). Interaction design: Beyond human-computer interaction. 3rd ed. Chichester: Wiley, (pp. 40-46) and (pp. 86-89).
Cooper, A., et. al. (2014). Implementation models and mental models (pp. 16-21). In About Face: The Essentials of Interaction Design. Indianapolis: Wiley.


Responses:

“Representations by Bruno Bozetto”
Kudzai C

“Reading Reflection”
Urvashi G

Let me tell you a story of an epic- The Bhagavad Gita
Aleesha H

representation and ontological commitment
Mara I

“Internship experience about mental model”
Yisi L

“Cartoons  for life!”
Amanda M

“Representation and Ourselves”
Zan M

“Metaphors”
Mehrdad M

“Power of representation”
Clark M

“Representation Trickery in Comics”
Keith P

“Representations, representations everywhere!”
Anusha R

“Representation as Vehicle for Exploration!”
Ryan R

“Interfaces and Skeuomorphism”
Tiffany S

The representation of Representation!”
Archana S

Representation gives more possibilities!
Martin S

Structure as Representation
Joseph W

Representation & Mental Models
Jianping W

“Interesting representation and mental models”
Yu X

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