The Nature of Design Practice and Implications for Interaction Design Research

@inproceedings{StoltermanTheNO,
  title={The Nature of Design Practice and Implications for Interaction Design Research},
  author={Erik Stolterman}
}
Introduction Dealing with a design task in an unknown or only partially known situation, with demanding and stressed clients and users, with insufficient information, with new technology and new materials, with limited time and resources, with limited knowledge and skill, and with inappropriate tools, is a common situation for any interaction designer. Dealing with such messy and " wicked " situations constitutes the normal and everyday context of any Research about design practice has shown… CONTINUE READING

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