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This is a hands-on book full practical information about conducting user research. There is detailed information on planning user research and participant recruiting. Most of the book focuses on user research methods, including card sorting. The text is clear and accessible, appealing to a wide range of readers.
 
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Pivo1 | 1 other review | Mar 25, 2007 |
ABSTRACT This case study describes the creation of an internal design knowledge management tool for web developers as a means to encourage user-centered development practices. With a goal to shift a software development culture from waterfall-style to user-centered practices, the repository of knowledge and code is created as an incentive for programmers to create interfaces in a user-centered and consistent way.Several experimental techniques are used in development of the tool. The process treats software developers as a user group and approaches the creation of design guidelines as if they were a product. In addition, the use of agile software development techniques, as driven by interaction and interface design, coupled with off-the-shelf blog software as a extensible, lightweight content management system makes this an experiment on multiple levels.Results about the success of the experiment are still pending, but the authors are optimistic. http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1138245&coll=Portal&dl=ACM&CFI...… (more)
 
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jatkoop | Nov 15, 2006 |
If you were to choose only one book about usability, choose this one; practical, well written and oozing with real usability experience. Mike is one of the big guys with years of field-work; it shows, and I keep finding my way back to this book.
 
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shelterit | 1 other review | Apr 30, 2006 |

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