Software engineers and HCI practitioners learning to work together: a preliminary look at expectations

@article{Milewski2004SoftwareEA,
  title={Software engineers and HCI practitioners learning to work together: a preliminary look at expectations},
  author={Allen E. Milewski},
  journal={17th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, 2004. Proceedings.},
  year={2004},
  pages={45-49}
}
We studied the expectations of Software Engineering graduate students who took an HCI course, regarding the interaction of engineers and HCI practitioners in their workplace. The data are suggestive that students with HCI training compared both with nonHCI students and with current industry practices, expect to keep abreast of the HCI field more actively, expect design decisions and usability testing to be more collaborative and expect to see a greater degree of interaction between engineers… CONTINUE READING

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