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The new social media sites—blogs, wikis, del.icio.us and Flickr, among others—underscore the transformation of the Web to a participatory medium in which users are actively creating, evaluating and distributing information. The photo-sharing site Flickr, for example, allows users to upload photographs, view photos created by others, comment on those photos,(More)
Description User-driven design is a design process in which users are involved development from beginning to end in order to create a product that is both usable and useful to them [1]. Users have a very active role in this design methodology, and the product evolves from their needs [2]. Often this approach provides designers with insights that they might(More)
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