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User-Centered Design

A Developer's Guide to Building User-Friendly Applications

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How do you design engaging applications that people love to use? This book demonstrates several ways to include valuable input from potential clients and customers throughout the process. With practical guidelines and insights from his own experience, author Travis Lowdermilk shows you how usability and user-centered design will dramatically change the way people interact with your application.


On Aug 12 Ben McCormick wrote: Book Review: User-Centered Design
User-Centered Design by Travis Lowdermilk is a solid overview of the principles and practices of designing a software project with a focus on your users. The book does a good job of laying out the basic tools and processes of user-centered design, like usability studies, surveys, and project plans. It also argues convincingly for the power of its central points: user focus, preparation, and a structured process. Full Review  >

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On Jun 25 Devendra Tewari wrote:
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On May 7 Diego Gonzalez wrote: The book that every designer should read
The book ends with a development methodology that meets the premises of the book and is perfectly easy to understand for all levels of user examples. Full Review  >

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