aUser-designer relationsa concerns the sorts of working relationships that arise between developers and end users of IT products - the different ways designers of IT products seek to engage with users, and the ways users seek to influence product design. It is through the shifting patterns of these relations that IT products are realised. Although it has generally been accepted that achieving better user-designer relations will improve the quality of IT products, there has been little consensus on how this might be achieved. This book aims to deepen our understanding of the relationships between users and designers both as they emerge in the wild and as a consequence of our attempts to intervene. Through a series of case studies the book juxtaposes in-depth explorations of different perspectives and approaches to thinking about - and doing - user-designer relations, considering important implications for design and computer science more generally.The expert network developing PDMS saw its use in health care centres as a matter of motivation and training. ... It also has a manual alarm button and all alarms are mediated by a receiver unit and telephone network to a predestined end: toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Configuring User-Designer Relations|
|Author||:||Alex Voss, Mark Hartswood, Rob Procter, Mark Rouncefield, Roger Slack, Monika Büscher|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-04-29|