Interactive Book Design – An Introduction

The Collaborative iReader

…is a user-type that like co-creation-tasks, want instant feedback on what she does in the integrated interactive features and like social connections with other iReaders of the interactive book. The social interaction is almost as important as the book content itself for this user-type.

 

The Hacker iReader

…or the critical thinker and disruptor, this user-type is the biggest challenge for the author. It is the one that trying to find the loose-ends in the content or story as well as in the interactive features. And the hacker is not afraid to inform about her finding in social interactions. At the same time, this information is vital for the author to improve the interactive book. 


In the next chapter you will find examples of advanced interactive features, multiple-choice simulation, interactive video and gamification etc.

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