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id sigradi2015_6.237
authors Thaler, Anelise; Fialho, Francisco Antônio Pereira
year 2015
title Interaction design: Approach for user-centered educational games
source SIGRADI 2015 [Proceedings of the 19th Conference of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics - vol. 1 - ISBN: 978-85-8039-135-0] Florianópolis, SC, Brasil 23-27 November 2015, pp. 223-230.
summary Design current fetching constantly for products that satisfy the necessities increasing of the human being, conceives new products looking for to take care of the expectations of the users, of satisfactory, constant form that it is possible to connect in any place. It is possible still to create educative games that assist in the assimilation of new knowledge of trustworthy and constant form. The objective of this article is to raise the hypothesis of fetching constantly for products that motivate and satisfy the necessities increasing of the human being, conceives new products looking for to take care of the expectations of the satisfactory form. From this premise it is possible still to create educative games that assist in the assimilation of new knowledge of trustworthy and constant form from the satisfaction and motivation. However, the games have gained recognition as a half greater of what its original conception. The Games had entered in the context of the learning in areas as language, mathematics, science, computers, training, among others, with this development and ampler acceptance, the pure functions and right of games are gaining adoption expanded in applications non-game.
keywords Interaction Design, Game Design, User-centered Design, Game Elements
series SIGRADI
email anethaler@gmail.com
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