Mobile Ordinary Gestures is a collection of small samples and patterns that reveal the body language of mobile phone and smart phone usage. This selection of everyday gestures reflects how a... More > particular object actually results in intriguing physical interactions.< Less
The curious habits described in this book can be seen as ingredients with which technological objects are domesticated by people, integrated into their own daily routines. Fixing strategies, nervous... More > tics, device juggling or courtesy postures, to name just a few, are not only peculiar interaction habits, they reveal how people normalize so-called “futuristic technologies” or what seemed magical and complex at first. They highlight the ingenuity users employ to repurpose and adapt digital technologies to their own context. One should see these insights as constant design patterns in the evolution of technological products and services.
This book was produced as part of a research residency in the Media Design Program at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.< Less
About nicolas nova
Partner at the Near Future Laboratory. Professor at Geneva University of Arts and Design (HEAD-Geneva).