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Designing the Requirements: Building Applications that the User Wants and Needs by Chris Britton

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Chapter 13. The Future of Application Development

This chapter, the final chapter, is mainly about three topics. The first is how context-driven design changes design today. The second is, assuming we live in a world where context-driven design is commonly used, how context-driven design will be improved by new tools and other resources. Third, in a world where context-driven design is commonplace there will of course still be many challenges left, and I thought it would be interesting to discuss these. I end with some concluding remarks to wrap up the book.

How Context-Driven Design Changes Application Development

Imagine you are starting a largish application development project and you are using context-driven design. What differences will ...

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