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[http://www.webdesignfromscratch.com/goal-oriented-design/about-personas/ "Using Personas and Scenarios in web design"] is on an informational website that explains to amateurs how to begin and develop a website.
[http://www.webdesignfromscratch.com/goal-oriented-design/about-personas/ "Using Personas and Scenarios in web design"] is on an informational website that explains to amateurs how to begin and develop a website.
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[http://www.uie.com/articles/essence_personas/ "The Essence of a Successful Persona Project"] by Jared M. Spool, is an article that emphasizes the use of personas throughout the design project.
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[http://www.uie.com/articles/essence_personas/ "The Essence of a Successful Persona Project"] by Jared M. Spool, it is an article that emphasizes the use of personas throughout the design project.
[http://courses.washington.edu/dmedia/2005a/pub/acm-p197-blomquist.pdf "Personas in Action: Ethnography in an Interaction Design Team"] by Åsa Blomquist and Mattias Arvola. This article follows a design team using personas, unfortunately the majority of the team were unfamiliar with personas and did not trust or use them fully.
[http://courses.washington.edu/dmedia/2005a/pub/acm-p197-blomquist.pdf "Personas in Action: Ethnography in an Interaction Design Team"] by Åsa Blomquist and Mattias Arvola. This article follows a design team using personas, unfortunately the majority of the team were unfamiliar with personas and did not trust or use them fully.

Revision as of 23:59, 29 September 2010

"Using Personas and Scenarios in web design" is on an informational website that explains to amateurs how to begin and develop a website.

"The Essence of a Successful Persona Project" by Jared M. Spool, it is an article that emphasizes the use of personas throughout the design project.

"Personas in Action: Ethnography in an Interaction Design Team" by Åsa Blomquist and Mattias Arvola. This article follows a design team using personas, unfortunately the majority of the team were unfamiliar with personas and did not trust or use them fully.

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