User-centered design


In the user-centered design[1] paradigm, the product is designed with its intended users in mind at all times. In the user-driven or participatory design[2] paradigm, some of the users become actual or de facto members of the design team.

Terms definitions
1. user-centered design. In the user-centered design paradigm, the product is designed with its intended users in mind at all times. In the user-driven or participatory design paradigm, some of the users become actual or de facto members of the design team. « Back to Glossary Index
2. design. Creating a plan or mock up of the new system or digital outcome based on all of the requirements and specifications that have been identified. « Back to Glossary Index