Spotlight on interaction design

“Once upon a time, the Web had little capability for interactivity. But new versions of HTML, and now DHTML, have greatly increased the potential for openi

“Once upon a time, the Web had little capability for interactivity. But new versions of HTML, and now DHTML, have greatly increased the potential for opening a dialog between Web pages and human beings. Here, we’ve gathered resources that will help you make your Web pages respond to your readers in ways that go far beyond simple commands.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE