The Fable of the User-Centred Designer David Travis

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Published: December 2009

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The Fable of the User-Centred Designer  by  David Travis

The Fable of the User-Centred Designer by David Travis
December 2009 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 42 pages | ISBN: | 8.27 Mb

From the publisher:Many years ago, I read a book by Kenneth Blanchard & Spencer Johnson called The One Minute Manager. The book is an allegory about good versus bad management. It describes the journey of a young man who wants to learn how toMoreFrom the publisher:Many years ago, I read a book by Kenneth Blanchard & Spencer Johnson called The One Minute Manager. The book is an allegory about good versus bad management.

It describes the journey of a young man who wants to learn how to become an effective manager.Sitting at home one day, I found myself musing on what Blanchard & Johnson would have to say about user-centred design. Like management, user-centred design is ostensiblysimple, yet when it comes to great user experiences many people do it incorrectly. And as with management, there are some simple but powerful rules.This fable is the result of my thinking. I’ve retained the narrative structure of The One Minute Manager and if you know the book there are some other similarities you’ll discover.But above all, it’s a simple description of the secrets of user-centred design.

I hope you enjoy it, apply it and pass it on.David Travis, December 2009



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