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Comprises multiple methods for gaining insight into user needs and behaviours from real end users.

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I would start by going back to the recording of the session to see what questions the users were answering and try to figure out why they made the specific requests. Quite often, the underlying proble …
answered May 14 '13 by brad
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I would consider this user-centered design, in that you studied past solutions, created a solution, and tested it through a prototype with users. However, instead of collecting first-person response …
answered Dec 19 '14 by brad
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This actually comes up a lot in my own practice, mainly because feature parity is often highly valued by internal stakeholders. If you've already defined the workflows from interviews and this didn't …
answered Jun 12 '13 by brad
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I disagree with you regarding the idea that web applications don't have an end goal or target for users to achieve or complete. Everything in your system should have a purpose. And every purpose can p …
answered May 10 '13 by brad
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If you are debating with clients who want theories and numbers, then perhaps conducting a card sort of your taxonomy structure would be useful. Often, taxonomy can feel arbitrary to users and it can b …
answered Feb 7 '14 by brad