User-centred design: interaction between people and applications

M.D. Brouwer-Janse

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    Abstract

    Long term success factors for multimedia systems lie with the design of usable, flexible user interfaces which match the needs and capabilities of users with the capabilities of the technology. User-centred design methods focus on the user needs and requirements in the early stages of the design and development cycle. In this chapter an overview is given of the development of user-centred design methods and their particular relevance for development of multimedia applications
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe contours of multimedia. Recent technological, theoretical and empirical developments
    EditorsN.W. Jankowski, L. Hanssen
    Place of PublicationLuton, UK
    PublisherJohn Libbey Media
    Pages149-159
    ISBN (Print)1-86020-511-9
    Publication statusPublished - 1996

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