Jonas Lüwgren

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Interaction design requires many forms of externalization. At certain points in the process, there is a need for design representations that (1) explore the intended use situation in some detail, and still (2) appear tentative enough to afford participation and engagement by intended users and other stakeholders. The designer's task is often to create ideas(More)
i n t e r a c t i o n s . . . m a y + j u n e 1 9 9 6 I magine a Web site where you can learn about how different software products are used and perceived in real contexts. Imagine that the descriptions give life to the design of the products and their effects on the use situations by means of video, sound and interactive hands-on prototypes as well as(More)
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