Posts tagged in UCD

Ji-Ye Mao, Karel Vredenburg, Paul W. Smith, and Tom Carey. 2005. The state of user-centered design practice. Commun. ACM 48, 3 (March 2005)

The article presents the results of a survey focusing on organizational impact and practice of UCD. The survey was sent to CHI conference attendees and UPA members (over 3 000 people)

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Holtzblatt, K. (2011) What makes things cool? Intentional design for innovation. Interactions November+December 2011.

Article describes results of a research project conducted by InContext Design and focusing on what makes products and services cool. The research resulted to two concepts, the Wheel of Joy and

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Sengers, P. and Gaver, B. 2006. Staying open to interpretation: engaging multiple meanings in design and evaluation. DIS’06

DOI= http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1142405.1142422

Sengers and Gaver want to add new perspectives to both design and evaluation of new systems. In addition to, designing systems that “convey a single

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Agostini, A., De Michelis, G. and Susani, M. From user participation to user seduction in the design of innovative user-centered systems (2000)

Agostini, A., De Michelis, G. and Susani, M. From user participation to user seduction in the design of innovative user-centered systems. In Dieng, R., Giboin, A., Karsenty, L. and G

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