Play, Process, & Reciprocity in Dynamic Media Experiences

Fish McGill, MFA ’14

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Name: Fish McGill, Director of DMI, Associate Professor of Design in Communication Design

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This book features playful & joyful techniques for prototyping and designing dynamic media experiences by moving fluidly between analog and digital forms of making. Design methods include using toys to develop projects in Proto-toy-ping, move from pen and paper into developing interfaces for drawing in the Drawn Experience, ways to add documentation into the creative process in  Pen Point of View, and how to turn a drawing project into an interactive experience about germs in Germ’d