By Salu Pekka Ylirisku, Jacob Buur
This ebook illustrates intimately how electronic video can be used all through a layout strategy, from the early person reviews, via making feel of the video content material and envisioning the longer term with video situations, to frightening switch with video artifacts. The textual content bargains first-hand case stories in either educational and commercial contexts, and is complemented through video excerpts. it's a must-read for these wishing to create worth via insightful design.
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The Interactive Kitchen design case Kitchens are familiar to all of us; developing radically new ideas for a kitchen might thus turn out to be very difficult and require a shift in perspective. Video helps create an appropriate distance from the kitchen while offering a grip on the details in order to register something beyond personal experience. Video scenarios fuel exploration and facilitate communication of new ideas. This case study, which was done in collaboration with researchers and students in Denmark, Germany, Finland and the Netherlands, shows how the various design video artefacts are utilised in practice.
Video as a means of creating scenarios has been inherited from cinema movie-making. ), realises as a movie. In a similar manner large companies produce movies that illustrate the future as they imagine it. For example, SunSoft’s visionary film “Starfire” (Tognazzini, 1994) described a future with curved displays and advanced means of interaction that were imagined to be possible in 2004. The reality did turn out to be rather different from what SunSoft designers foresaw; however, the scenario movie supported the broader aims around it, especially in promoting the company brand.
Video materials allow the interactions to turn into catalysts of a dialogical learning process rather than as static sources of objective user data. This book demonstrates how designers can propel the design process forward through formation and transformation of a particular kind of presentation – video artefacts. Video artefacts may turn into mere by-products of the knowledge acquisition process of design, or they may gain a high value in driving strategic innovation efforts of businesses. An open attitude towards the use of video is crucial to its utility.