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Title: Three-in-one user study for focused collaboration
Authors: Keinonen, T.K. 
Jääskö, V.
Mattelmäki, T.M.
Keywords: Design methods
Design process
User-centered design
Issue Date: Apr-2008
Citation: Keinonen, T.K., Jääskö, V., Mattelmäki, T.M. (2008-04). Three-in-one user study for focused collaboration. International Journal of Design 2 (1) : 1-10. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article introduces a human-centered design approach, the Three-in-One User Study, which applies a set of methods to speed up and focus on the design process. With a Three-in-One, designers' face-to-face contacts with users are concentrated into one collaborative designer-user session where preproduced self-documentation material and early design models enable focused collaborative exploration. Three-in-One combines three different complementary points of view to design: users' subjective interpretations, designers' focused observations, and design interventions with models. Three-in-One was applied in a kick-bike design case, and it led to improvements to the initial concept, as well as justified decisions for further design development. © 2008 Keinonen, Jääskö, and Mattelmäki.
Source Title: International Journal of Design
ISSN: 19913761
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