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Tristan Weevers User Centered Design <[log in to unmask]>
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Tristan Weevers User Centered Design <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 2 Dec 2011 10:52:07 +0100
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Dear all,


In The Netherlands, at the Design for Usability project, we are developing a
User Centred Design Method Exploration Tool
<> .
This tool is an online platform where user-centered design professionals can
explore and compare UCD methods in a fast an visual way. Detailed
information about each method is available, aimed at the execution of the

The current state is that we have several prototypes, visualizing parts of
the interaction that we are looking for, of which some can be seen through
the link above. The design is mature to the extent that we can actually
start implementing, but we need funding for that.

I am sending you this e-mail because the UCD Method Exploration Tool is one
of the 24 nominees for TU Delft's Innovation Award
<> , and to get to into
the final round of this competition it needs your vote
(nr. 21, bottom of page). With the prize, we will be able to partly finance
the project. So, if you like the idea, please vote :-) 


And help us to get more votes by spreading the word! Twitter, blog, email,
but get as many UCD professionals as possible to help us! When you do so,
you could refer to the blog post about the tool on Jasper van Kuijk's

We're also on the lookout for experienced practitioners and academics who
would like to get involved in this project, for example by reviewing
prototypes or contributing and evaluating method descriptions. And - as is
probably clear - please also contact us if you have advice on how we could
fund our project.


Thank you in advance,



Tristan Weevers

(Tu Delft, the Netherlands)

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