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Designing for Play : What Interaction Design Can Learn From Video Games

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We were video game fanatics before we were interaction designers. The first example of good design that we saw as kids was through our interactions with video games; the way they guided us, but never explicitly informed us and the pride we felt when we achieved a goal in the game as if it were “ours.” We became designers so that we could create things that lifted people up, cheered people on, and connected people to their friends. We became designers to we all could play together. Years later we can’t stop seeing the many parallels between interaction design and video game design. In fact we keep seeing the future of interaction design coming closer and closer to the field of video games. We see the future of interfaces that allow us to play, discover, and connect to people in a positive and wonderful way. Explore with us in a playfully interactive session the essential tenets of video game design and how they can inform more interactive and engaging experiences. Please bring along your smartphone to get the full experience. We’re looking forward to sharing our passion for play with you!

Interaction16

The 9th annual interaction design conference organized by IxDA, takes place in Helsinki from 2-4 March 2016.