User Centered Design in Practice-Problems and Possibilities

  title={User Centered Design in Practice-Problems and Possibilities},
  author={Jan Gulliksen and Ann Lantz and Inger Boivie},
Participatory design involves four types of actors: designers, human factors experts, managers and users. This paper explores gaps between theory and practice based on my experience with two industrial participatory design settings. 
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