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Streveler_Nov10%2 - UserCenteredDesign TransformingIdeasto InnovationI Prof.Streveler Tuesday,November10,2009 Class12a Overview Announcements

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User Centered Design Transforming Ideas to  Innovation I Prof. Streveler Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Class 12a
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Overview Announcements Upcoming due dates More information about Project 1 final deliverable User Centered Design (revised) Project time
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Code of Cooperation – Due by Nov 12 5:30pm Project 2 Milestone 2 – Due 12b Homework #6 – Due 12b Project 1 Revisit – Due 15a Project 2 Poster – Due 15b Project 2 Report – Due 15b Final Exam – Monday, December 14 8:00- 10:00am Announcements
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Additional information about  Project 1 Due on class 15a (Tuesday, Dec 1) (1) A playable game, designed according to customer  requirements  (see Project 1 description) Physical games: All parts of the game should be contained in  a box or other storage container that is movable Computer games: Provide screen shots of the game in a  binder. (2) An instruction sheet on how to play the game. The game will be played and assessed in class 15a Criteria for grading your game Is the game playable by at least 2 players? Does it meet the customer design requirements?
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By the end of class you should be able to: Explain why user centered design is important Identify methods for learning about the user Articulate design constraints based on user needs Learning Objectives
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Cost Safety Time Sustainability User Design Constraints
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3 minutes - individually Sketch or written description In teams, discuss your results (5 minutes) Each person gets 1 minute to describe their design  and what they considered Exercise: Design a fish tank for  use with Alzheimer’s patients in  an nursing home
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What was the first thing that came to your mind?
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