Earlier today the group was looking at some pretty compelling examples of interface design and elements of interaction on screen, particularly by an artist by the name of Bret Victor, that were quite compelling. In this episode Tim takes a look at some of those examples that will begin to shape how we understand complex topics.
What role does interface design and usability play in the adoption of projects on your campus? Jim and Tim have a chat about design and how poor interface design seems to in some ways hamper the adoption of wikis as a tool in education. However Wikipedia is a shining example of that same tool being used to great effect. Where do instructional technologists draw the line in terms of the tools they support when the support from the community is lacking?