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Management for Professionals
In this chapter we provide an overview of the activities and artefacts of the usercentered design (UCD) methodology -a successful and practical approach to the design of software user interfaces. After tracing its foundational principles (early focus on users, empirical measurement using prototypes and iterative design) back to 1985s seminal paper by Gould and Lewis, we will highlight each of five central categories of design activities (Scope, Analyse, Design, Validate and Deliver) performeddoi:10.1007/978-3-642-31371-4_2 fatcat:ymwujpiwlbgxviou4rxuwi3f7m