During this module, you will gain knowledge on how to create software interfaces and interactions that are effective. You will begin by understanding the key elements of interactions and how these components, including controls, rules, and feedback, support the overall interaction process. You will also learn that feedback is the foundation of successful interaction design and that wireframes are used as a design tool to communicate control, rules, and feedback to developers. Additionally, you will be introduced to micro-interactions, which are small but meaningful interactions within a larger user interface. Finally, you will explore the anatomy of an interaction, as well as techniques for sketching wireframes.
– Anatomy of an interaction