Design frameworks offer substantial benefits to all parties involved in creating high quality user experiences. Frameworks allow designers to better adapt to the rapid shifts in the digital environment by leveraging modularity and structure, and accommodating the far-reaching changes inherent in the rise of co-creative dynamics. This presentation - part of a full-day workshop delivered at the 2009 Information Architecture Summit - identifies the elements common to all design frameworks, and offers best practices on effectively putting frameworks into practice. Altogether, it is a short course in the creation and use of customized design frameworks.
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