Hartmut Obendorf, Matthias Finck, Axel Schmolitzky
Creating user experiences is a cooperative effort that no-one "owns," yet one that requires coordination between people with different professional skills and attitudes, and also strong communication between the users and the development team. Changing the attitudes of future interaction designers and software engineers, and eliminating some of the causes for harmful power struggles and needless communication failures, is a first step towards creating better user experiences. We believe that for academic education only an integrative approach can prepare for professional cooperationa vital skill for our students as future software engineers who will be making inofficial, yet final, decisions…
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