What I’ve Got: Hands On – Interactive Design in Print

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Hands On – Interactive Design in Print is a book which successfully portrays how to make print interactive and compelling through visuals representations. The book itself contains cut-out pieces that match with the visual explanatory images of the interactive pieces it presents. Each piece has a physical interaction with a material that would not make sense in the digital world.

My favorite is the example of the games on a wine bottle. Very similar to the idea of playing with cereal boxes, we are able to interact in the moment with the object we are consuming. It is a compelling way to interact with everyday objects in a more complex way. 

The book is desirable because it shows how human interaction with objects is desirable and necessary. It is especially exciting because it creates the desire to find these objects rather than just view them in a book.

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