Interaction Perspective

Interaction Perspective
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  • The Interaction Perspective
  • Most Recommended History Books
  • Art History
  • World War I
  • Best History Authors
  • Browse "History" books
  • You're adding books to History Class 2018
  • Middle Ages
  • European History
  • This semester we're learning European History. 
  • World War II
  • Oral History
  • Food History
  • The Interaction Perspective
  • SUB-GENRES
  • Biography
  • RATINGS
  • Fiction
  • Kids
  • Young Adult
  • Adult
  • Non-Fiction
  • Autobiography
  • AGE
  • You're adding books to History Class 2018
  • Showing "European History" books
  • Too many results! I need to narrow it down to my student's age, meet syllabus topics and best rating 
  • Title Author Rating
  • Title Author Rating
  • Title Author Rating
  • Sort by
  • Default
  • ADD
  • ADD
  • The Interaction Perspective
  • SUB-GENRES
  • Biography
  • RATINGS
  • Fiction
  • Kids
  • Young Adult
  • Adult
  • Non-Fiction
  • Autobiography
  • AGE
  • You're adding books to History Class 2018
  • Showing "European History" books
  • Title Author Rating
  • Title Author Rating 4.7
  • Title Author Rating 4.9
  • Sort by
  • This is great! I can simply add these filtered results to my list
  • Highest Rating
  • ADD
  • ADD
  • The website has a dedicated page for all books tagged as History. This stage onwards it also lets the user know that she is adding books to her shelf created
  • Ecological / Interaction / Social Perspective
  • HISTORY
  • www.bookbound.com
  •  Students, please use this website to manage your reading goals and discussions for this semester. 
  • Clicking the sub-genre gives a very broad range of results. This is anxiety-prokvoking for the user. Thankfully, the left hand navigation helps her sort and filter as per her needs to get most relevant results
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  • ADD
  • The user feels happy that she can filter the search and then sort them to get the best selection. She can now browse the much-narrow search results and add books that meet her semester-syllabus requirements. 
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  • ADD
  • Sharing the website and making it part of the student's learning curve. As designers, we should find a better way to help the user do this than writing the url on the board, perhaps share the link from her bookbound account to the common student board
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