Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

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that might be the problem and causes further problems over the entire process! Than the question is, if the end-user involvement in the early stage of problem solving is as reasonable as it seems to be, and leads to the need of a better comprehension between designer and users before the definition of the problem. The latter is naturally the start of a project, but has to be seen as a section of interactions-recognition and interpretations-understanding. It is the objective of the B-VOR model to communicate this importance of mutual interpretation presenting. But who is at least the designer in participatory design? It is as before the designer, as a designer of the co-operative process (Figure 5)!

Figure 5: The B-VOR model of participatory Design


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Held, J. and Krueger, H. ( 1999). The Ice-breaking VALAMO-A Tool for Participatory Processes. In Proc. 8th Int. Conference on Human-Computer Interaction ( Munich, Germany, August 22-27, 1999), in print.

Huerlimann, W. ( 1981). Methodenkatalog: Ein systematisches Inventar von ueber 3000 Problemlösungsmethoden. Bern: Lang.

Noro, K. & Imada, A. ( 1991). Participatory Ergonomics. London, New York, Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis.

ISO/DIS 13407 ( 1998) Human-centred design for interactive systems. Draft International Standard. ISO/TC 159/SC4 1997-08-21.

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