Last year at IA Summit 2008, Jared Spool declared that it was time for us to retire the dogma of user-centered design, citing that the most effective design teams don’t follow a specific methodology, but instead have a whole toolbox of techniques and tricks to use when the time is right.
Flip through his slides and listen to Jared’s audio below:
This morning I got quite a chuckle when I logged into Facebook to find a new message from the User-Centred Design group:
I guess it took them 10 months to get the memo. It’s unfortunate that Luke Perman chose to close it when there were 2,400+ members. The group could have been re-purposed for something, no?
Luke, willing to hand over the rights?
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