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Cockton, G. Revisiting Usability’s Three Key Principles. alt.chi / CHI 2008.

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In his article Cockton goes through and criticizes Gould&Lewis’s key principles of user-centered design, i.e. early focus on users and tasks, empirical measurement, and iterative design. The end result of the article is harsh. The key principles have not “stood … Continue reading

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