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Arab-HCI Future Agenda – Suggested Pragmatic Solutions for User-Centered Design Issues in the Arab World

  title={Arab-HCI Future Agenda – Suggested Pragmatic Solutions for User-Centered Design Issues in the Arab World},
  author={C. Sturm and Najwa Alghamdi and Pernille Bj{\o}rn}
In this position paper, we focus on the role of educators, consultants and user-centered designers in presenting solutions to some of the major issues that the Arab world is facing recently in the field of user-centered design. We try to set a working agenda for involving the user-centered design practices through suggesting some practical solutions and applicable steps. Recommendations and propositions suggested in this paper can be viewed as a remedial work plan for the presented issues. 

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