HUD: How to Design a Communication Interface with Players

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Basic Element

User Interface / User experience

Difficulty Begginer
Target Audience Student, Teacher
Language Spanish
Context Distance learning
Resource Type weblog
Typical Age Range +18
Platform Multiplatform
Is it paid? No
Addresses Non-binary Language No
Addresses Genders No
Addresses LGBTIQ + Visibility No
Address Diversity No
Address Gender Stereotypes No
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In this article, one of the most important concepts in the design of a video game interface is explained: the HUD. It includes an overview of the points that must be taken into account when designing a communication interface, with examples to illustrate its importance during design.


Chapter Video Game Development
Area U/I, U/X