Prototyping Interfaces - Interactive Sketching with VVVV

Not too long ago, the outcomes of a design process used to be in the form of a static medium. Today it is increasingly interactions – things that have a behavior. This not only fundamentally changes the design process, but also your life as a designer!

You are increasingly driving nonlinear processes, which are aiming towards a goal, that is not exactly defined at the beginning. The approach to this goal is very iterative through interactive sketches and by working with prototypes. Therefore you use new tools like vvvv and Arduino. And by working with prototypes, you’ll discover answers to questions that you haven’t even asked before.

The book »Prototyping Interfaces« introduces you to the visual programming language vvvv, Arduino, tracking methods and display technologies, in an understandable way. Building on top of that, it opens new dimensions for your creativity, through many practical examples and the endless possibilities of prototyping.


»Find out more about the book on the official website

Prototyping Interfaces – Interaktives Skizzieren mit vvvv

Jan Barth, Roman Stefan GrasyJochen LeinbergerMark LukasMarkus Lorenz Schilling
336 pages with several illustrations
Printed on three different papers
With international best practice examples, interviews, foundations, programing codes and samples
Size 20,5 x 28,5 cm
Hardcover with embossing and capacitive sensor
Language: up to now only available in german
Published by Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz

ISBN 978-3-87439-843-5

  • Authors

    Jan Barth, Roman Stefan Grasy, Jochen Leinberger, Mark Lukas, Markus Lorenz Schilling

  • Details

    336 pages with several illustrations
    Printed on three different papers
    With international best practice examples, interviews, foundations, programing codes and samples
    Size 20,5 x 28,5 cm
    Hardcover with embossing and capacitive sensor
    Language: up to now only available in german

  • Published by

    Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz
    ISBN 978-3-87439-843-5

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