Philosophy of Design SRA is a typical software development company at which most of the people focus on producing contract-based software and where usability and interaction design are a secondary matter. The design project reported here, therefore, has been a unique project in our institute where we could apply an interaction design-centered software development approach in collaboration with a research institute (Nara Institute of Science and Technology) within the context of two government-funded research projects over the last three years. The first research project was to study computer-supported creativity. Instead of trying to identify what functionality is necessary to…
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