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### Chapter4ID-FJK

Course: CSC 484, Fall 2009
School: Cal Poly
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Design UserCentered and Development Instructor: Franz J. Kurfess Computer Science Dept. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo FJK 2005 Copyright Notice These slides are a revised version of the originals provided with the book &quot;Interaction Design&quot; by Jennifer Preece, Yvonne Rogers, and Helen Sharp, Wiley, 2002. I added some material, made some minor modifications, and created a custom show to select a...

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