Abstract. The construct of notification in motion is here presented providing a picture of the complex, dynamic, emerging relationships occurring between the individual and the environment. In order to approach the design problem of information load, Peripheral Awareness has been described and contextualized in a theoretical framework. Some methodological approaches and examples related to this paradigm are then presented. Design guidelines for notification in motion are described. The overall picture that should emerge would be an ecological paradigm of human behavior, which could be taken in consideration while designing for notification in motion.
Keywords: Design Theory, Ecological Psychology, Peripheral Awareness, Notification in Motion.
Citation: Torsi, S. Notification in Motion. Theoretical Frameworks and Design Guidelines. JMMT: Journal of Man, Machine and Tecnology (ISSN: 2234-1625)