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Web Anatomy: Interaction Design Frameworks that Work by Robert Jr. Hoekman, Jared Spool

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9. Putting Frameworks to Work

Like us, you’ve probably worked on countless projects that featured all the problems identified at the beginning of this book: vague requirements, limited time, few resources, low budgets, and tight deadlines. In this chapter, you get to do it again. This time, though, we’ll do the heavy lifting.

Here, we walk you through a hypothetical project for which you are the interaction designer. We show you how to make use of and benefit from frameworks in these situations by stepping you through an example of their use in a typical project. This fictitious case study reveals where to introduce frameworks into the process, how to choose them, how to shape the collection of patterns to be included, how to use context considerations ...

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