Over 20 years ago Dr. James Wilson and I drafted "Rapid Prototyping for User Interface Design," one of many landmark chapters in the first Handbook of Human Computer Interaction . Our approach was based on pioneering work taking place at the human factors laboratory of Eastman Kodak, where we were both staff members. No single individual can claim invention of this approach, as the original chapter bibliography demonstrates. There was much co-invention and simultaneous discovery during these early days in the emergence of HCI as a unique field. What Jim and I did have, in hindsight, was the opportunity…
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