Professional web design and interactivity: a study of web designers’ understanding and practice of interactivity
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This thesis analyses interactivity in web design, focusing on everyday design practices of Australian web designers. The work discusses the development of communication design approach to professional practice. It reviews various theoretical approaches to interactivity. It presents findings from interviews with designers and also analysis of their websites. It concludes by demonstrating that interactivity has no abstract definition but is multi-dimensional and inherent in the many ways that designers think and do web design.
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