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Contextual Design, 2nd Edition by Hugh Beyer, Karen Holtzblatt

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Traditional Contextual Design Models

Abstract

The Traditional Contextual Design Models introduced with Contextual Design are still viable and offer insight, but we have found that we rarely use some of them. In this chapter we discuss the Traditional Models that we do use regularly and their variants: The Sequence Model; the Decision Point Model, derived from the Cultural Model; the Physical Model; and Personas.

Keywords

As-is model; Business analysis; Cool concepts; Data visualization; Design; Design thinking; Ethnography; Human–computer interaction (HCI); Human–machine interaction; Marketing; Mobile design; Personas; Product design; Requirements elicitation; Requirements gathering; Scenario-based design; Scenarios; System design; Usability; User-centered ...

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