Human-Computer Interaction 3e Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale

exercises  -  13. socio-organizational issues and stakeholder requirements

EXERCISE 13.5

You are designing a new system to help people manage their "to do" lists. Use the contextual inquiry approach to interview a colleague to see how they make use of such lists. Make sure you interview them in context - in their study or workplace for example. Produce sequence, flow, artefact, cultural and physical models of the activity.

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ex.13.1 (ans), ex.13.2 (ans), ex.13.3 (tut), ex.13.4 (tut), ex.13.5 (tut)

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