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Thesis almost final title:

Agile: The Study of Human interactions and mechanics involving movement


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------ Agile as a Lexicon terminology / clarity

Agile is a term used on lots of different levels, currently in the tech state we are in, we use the term agile to refer to software, and project management methodologies. I am not referring to agile in either of those ways. I am going back and bring my past soccer experience to use agile as a way to be quick on your toes, nimble, or to move quickly. In this thesis, agile refers directly to movement. This thesis is talking about design; it is not referring to start-ups or methodologies. This thesis is trying to understand the direct relationship between things and people that move and design such as graphics, interactions and objects.


Orientation: the determination of the relative position of something or someone (especially oneself) or one's position in relation to true north, to points on the compass, or to a specific place or object.Spatial cognition

Active: etc. actions, micro-motion: etc. micro-actions, noun a motion, especially a periodic one, of very short duration or length. 2.(in time and motion study) the analysis of the time of a work performance in its basic subdivisions with the aid of a timing apparatus, motion-picture equipment, etc.tiny opportunities for small actions to substantiate a full interaction, action or moment.

Contagious: an action or moment likely to spread to and affect others.

Wayfinding and Navigation: are related concepts, but they aren’t exactly the same. So, what’s the difference? Wayfinding, the broader term, refers to how people find their way around environments. Navigation refers to the specific means by which people find their way, including route navigation, landmark navigation, and map navigation.

Orientation: the determination of the relative position of something or someone (especially oneself) or one's position in relation to true north, to points on the compass, or to a specific place or object.Spatial cognition

Agile: adjective / ˈajəl/ able to move quickly and easily. able to move quickly and easily. "Ruth was as agile as a monkey."
synonyms: nimble, lithe, supple, limber, acrobatic, fleet-footed, light-footed, light on one's feet; Morel iterary feet, lightsome. "she was as agile as a monkey. alert, sharp, acute, shrewd, astute, perceptive, quick-witted "an agile mind." antonyms: clumsy, stiff, slow, dull able to think and understand quickly. "his vague manner concealed an agile mind.”

The Study of Human interactions and mechanics involving movement.

Moment: a very brief period. "she was silent for a moment before replying.” synonyms:little while, short time, bit, minute, instant, second, split second; informal sec "he thought for a moment."
a particular set of micro moments to create a brief moment. formal importance. "the issues were of little moment to the electorate.” synonyms: importance, import, significance, consequence, note, weight, concern, interest "issues of little moment."

Movement: ˈmo͞ovmənt/ noun: movement; plural noun: movements. etc. motion 1. an act of changing physical location or position or of having this changed. "a slight movement to the right."synonyms:    motion, move; gesture, gesticulation, sign, signal: action, activity "Therese a lot of movement in the gallery ."

Co-create: verb (transitive) to create jointly. etc. Collaborate

Sports: Physical games, especially preferring to European football (soccer) active: , etc. actions

Microcosms:community, place, or situation regarded as encapsulating in miniature the characteristic qualities or features of something much larger.
"Berlin is a microcosm of Germany, in unity as in division."

Micro-Motion: etc. micro-actions. noun: motion, especially a periodic one, of very short duration or length. 2. (in time and motion study) the analysis of the time of a work performance in its basic subdivisions with the aid of a timing apparatus, motion-picture equipment, etc. Tiny opportunities for small actions to substantiate a full interaction, action or moment.

Contagious: an action or moment likely to spread to and affect others.

location: Geolocation. Information / data: digital media: images, data movement

Innate: existing naturally or by heredity rather than being learned

Sequence:ˈsēkwəns/ noun/ sequence; plural noun: sequences. a particular order in which related events, movements, or things follow each other. Or a set of related events, movements, or things that follow each other in a particular order. Or arrange in a particular order.

Other Terms Used:

senses, experience, layers of movement, migration, distance: small or large, direction,velocity, olfactory,orientation,in motion, circumambient ,digitigrade, activity, alacrity, alertness, animation, commotion, dash,deal,energy,force,functioning,going, haste, liveliness, motion, movement, operation, plan, power, process, proposition, racket, reaction, response, rush, scene, spirit, stir, stunt, trip, turmoil, vigor, vim, vitality, vivacity, etc.