> >For me "Interaction Design" is almost there, although "Interactive > Design" > >sounds broader to my ears, and more parallel to Graphic Design or > >Instructional Design or Industrial Design. > > Well... technically, "interactive design" really means "to design > interactively". > > What you are trying to say might be more appropriately be termed > "Interactivity Design", which is kind of ugly. > > (Strange the other two examples you mention don't seem to suffer the > same grammatical problem.) >
Indeed. Other examples are "mechanical" and "electrical engineering."
I guess it translates as "design in the interactive domain" or the like.