Response to Interaction Design Sketchbook by Bill Verplank:
A lot of people are trying to define “interactivity” in a lot of different ways. I enjoyed Bill Verplank’s use of drawings to help explain his point, even if the drawings themselves were hard to understand.
Another thing I didn’t quite get was when he said that paths are good for beginners, maps are good for finding alternate routes and take longer, and that paths were good for experts.
Paths are good for both beginners and experts? I can sort of see what he’s trying to say, but that’s pretty confusing.