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User-centred design is a widely acknowledged practice. Much attention has been put into methods, tools, and processes on how to collect information, insights and stories from users. Currently, more and more effort is invested into engaging various stakeholders in collaborative design efforts and nurturing an attitude of human centeredness as a strategy. This attitude addresses design empathy, which is the ability to step into another person's shoes and looking at the world from thatdoi:10.5281/zenodo.2596755 fatcat:6ipwmwlkbnegfjgrv6oerwhzge