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Field Studies: Magic or structured analysis? Giles Colborne

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How can you predict the value of contextual research? What types of insight can you expect to get? @gilescolborne's slides from UPA 2011

How can you predict the value of contextual research? What types of insight can you expect to get? @gilescolborne's slides from UPA 2011
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  • francisrowlanduk Francis Rowland, UX designer at EMBL-EBI I can use this information. Thanks, Giles. Great stuff. 2 years ago
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  • cjforms Caroline Jarrett, User experience and usability consultant at Effortmark Ltd Another great presentation from Giles.

    Can't resist mentioning the parallels between your three levels and my three levels of a form.

    Physical = appearance, what it looks like
    Logical = conversation, the rules about what goes where
    Conceptual = relationship, why you're doing it
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