Where The Action Is: Foundations of Embodied Interaction

“Where the Action Is: The Foundations of Embodied Interaction (Bradford Books)” (Paul Dourish) is my favorite book of the moment. He does a great job explaining physical interaction design, justifying it as a practice, and detailing the consequences of that practice. He also covers a lot of history of embodied interaction and ubiquitous computing and discusses some philosophical roots of his thinking, all in a very readable style. If you’re involved in physical interaction design at all, you should read this book.

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