A Study on Applying the Concepts of Interaction Design to Space

공간에서의 인터랙션 디자인 개념 적용에 대한 연구

  • 강성중 (한양대학교 디자인대학) ;
  • 권영걸 (서울대학교 미술대학 디자인학부)
  • Published : 2005.06.01


Interface is a medium or channel to communicate between human and things, while interaction is the manner of communication between them. Interaction design is designing experience of user through the interaction process for human, thing, system, and space. Richard Buchanan suggests four kinds of interaction: interface (person to thing interaction), transaction (person to person interaction), human interaction (human and environment interaction) and participation (human to cosmos interaction). With digital technology, architecture and space design have made various experiments at form, function, and content of space. Space evolves from a physical container to a stage to provide narrative and create new experience to users. Since understanding users, creating experience, efficient space design, content planning, and applicable technology are required for interaction design in space, multi-disciplinary research and cooperation is needed.



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