- n. The quality of being interactive
“I was sitting front-center at the panel that Friday, and what I got from what Chaplin stated was that the theme, not interactivity, is what lacked maturity.”
“What happens as a result of that programmed interactivity is open to interpretation.”
“Such interactivity is already possible with so-called "second screen" providers, which are building social experiences on smartphones and tablets that allow users to interact with friends and content as they watch their favorite shows.”
“Well I believe color and interactivity will win out (I am not declaring the iPad a winner here but color and interactivity is the winner)”
“I guess it'd be hard to maintain interactivity with such a fixed message, though, as nice as it'd be to prove that video games don't necessarily * need* violence.”
“I know, I know, any significant kind of non-interactivity is a horrendous no-no in the world of game design.”
“Q: Should there be an expectation of civility in interactivity?”
“I believe that interactivity is a necessary learning device for our society.”
“My two cents it that interactivity is good for the audience/customer in a way that may not be so obvious.”
“The real value of interactivity is that it empowers.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘interactivity’.
Words that, for various reasons, I wish we could do without.
Looking for tweets for interactivity.