Reading Reflection

Brinck, T., Gergle, D., & Wood, S.D. (2002). Designing Web Sites That Work: Usability for the Web. Morgan Kaufman.

The most effective way of creating a usable and satisfying product is by designing with users in mind.  To avoid bad design, information about users should come as early as possible. One sure way to ensure that good design principles are followed is through what they call the Pervasive usability Process.

What is the Pervasive Usability Process?

You can think of it as the ideal product design model, which begins from Requirement Analysis to launching of the final product or design.

As much as possible, I believe every design project should try to follow the Pervasive usability Process.

Pervasive Usability Process

As much as possible, I believe every design project should try to follow the Pervasive usability Process.

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