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Chapter 7. Adding Interactivity

Chapter 7. Adding Interactivity

When it comes to the New Media field, the currency of “interactivity” has been cheapened. Just because you added navigation buttons to a presentation or found a clever way of adding a user's name to the presen tation does not mean the presentation is interactive.

The best interactive process is a conversation you may have with a friend or colleague. If I speak to my friend Murray, he does three things: He first listens and deciphers what I am saying into a coherent whole. He then thinks about that “coherent whole” and formulates an equally coherent response. Finally, he responds verbally, which thrusts me into the three steps.


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