Readings


There is one assigned book, for the last week of class. It is not available at the Co-op, but you can get it through Amazon or other sources. It is:

Eco, Umberto. (2009) The Infinity of Lists. Alastair McEwan, trans. New York: Rizzoli.

Other readings are available via the library e-reserves.


Complete List of Readings

Bardzell, Jeffrey, and Bardzell, Shaowen. (2008) Interaction criticism: A proposal and framework for a new discipline of HCI. Proceedings of CHI 2008, April 5 – April 10, 2008, Florence, Italy. ACM Press. 2463-2472.

Bates, Marcia (1976). Rigorous systematic bibliography. RQ 16: 5–24.

Black, Edwin. (1970) The second persona. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 56(2): 109-119.

Booth, Wayne. (1963) The rhetorical stance. College Composition and Communication, 14(3): 139-145

Buchanan, Richard. (1985) Declaration by design: rhetoric, argument, and demonstration in design practice. Design Issues 2(1): 4-22.

Buxton, Bill. (2007) Sketching User Experience: Getting the Design Right and the Right Design. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 95-138.

Carroll, John M. (1999) Five reasons for scenario-based design. Proceedings of the 32nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Press.

Charland, Maurice. (1991) Finding a horizon and telos: the challenge to traditional rhetoric. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 77(1): 71-74.

Crew, Spencer R., and James E. Sims. Locating authenticity: fragments of a dialogue. In Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display. Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine, eds. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 159–175.

DiSalvo, Carl. (2009) Design and the construction of publics. Design Issues 25(1): 48-63.

Forlizzi, Jodi, and Cherie Lebbon. (2002) From formalism to social significance in communication design. Design Issues 18(4): 3-13.

Garrett, Jesse James. (2002) ia/recon. Available at: http://www.jjg.net/ia/recon/

Goldschmidt, Gabriela. (1991) The dialectics of sketching. Creativity Research Journal 4(2) 123-143.

Goswamy, B.N. (1991) Another past, another context: exhibiting Indian art abroad. In Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display. Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine, eds. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 68-78

Greenberg, Saul, and Bill Buxton. (2008) Usability evaluation considered harmful (some of the time). CHI 2008 Proceedings 111–120.

Janlert, Lars-Erik, and Erik Stolterman. (1997) The character of things. Design Studies, 18: 297-314.

Jasinski, James. (2001) Audience. In Sourcebook on Rhetoric: Key Concepts in Contemporary Rhetorical Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kinross, Robin. (1985) The rhetoric of neutrality. Design Issues 2(2): 18-30.

Louridas, Panagiotis. (1999) Design as bricoloage: anthropology meets design thinking. Design Studies (20) 517-535.

Lowgren, Jonas, and Stolterman, Erik. (2004). Thoughtful interaction design: A design perspective on information technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Nielsen, Lene. (2002) From user to character: an investigation into user-descriptions in scenarios. DIS ‘02: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Designing Interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, and Techniques. ACM Press, 99-104.

Park, Douglas B. (1982) The meanings of “audience.” College English, 44(3): 247-257.

Pruitt, J., and J. Grudin. (2003) Personas: practice and theory. Proceedings of the 2003 conference on Designing for User Experiences. ACM Press. 1–5.

Rittel, H., and Weber, M. (1973) Dilemmas in a general theory of planning. Policy Science 4: 155–169.

Sengers, Phoebe, Kirsten Boehner, Shay David and Joseph “Jofish” Kaye. (2005) Reflective design. Proceedings of AARHUS 2005. ACM Press. 49-58.

Snodgrass, Adrian, and Richard Coyne. (2006) Interpretation in architecture: design as a way of thinking. London: Routledge. Ch. 2, “Playing by the Rules,” 59-70, and Ch. 2, “Design Assessment,” 119-132.

Tyler, Ann. (1992) Shaping belief: the role of audience in visual communication. Design Issues 9(1): 21-29.

Wolf, Tracee Vetting, et al. (2006) Dispelling design as the “black art” of CHI. CHI 2006 Proceedings 521–530.