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Carbon IQ User Centered Design Methods Guide

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This is one of the first collections of user experience methods. It describes and analyses user experience design methods by costs expended, time required, resources required, expertise required, and quality of data.

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  1. Marie-Therese Bushige says:

    This product design toolkit focuses on the user experience of a product, guiding the goals and objectives of product management. The toolkit begins with discovery as the first step in the design process, where teams work together to develop an understanding of the problem they are trying to solve and define the path they will take to explore solutions. It is also inclusive at all stages, emphasizing participation as an important step in understanding user needs. The five steps of this toolkit seem complete mainly because the toolkit is user-centric, however other important steps in designing a product are missing such as prototyping. Finally, it is a tool that can be used by everyone because it is well detailed, and that is its strength.

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