Interaction Design: Its Infinite Variety While reading the design briefs in this issue, I was struck by both the differences and the commonalities of design approaches. Given the limited space, the articles only hint at why the differences exist are they due to differences in markets or customer profiles? Corporate culture? The designer's background? The designer's personality? We can learn a lot about how design is and can be done by exploring the choices various groups made. Some briefs focus on how and how much user information is gathered; others suggest they learn about users more indirectly (e.g.,…
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