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Tristan Weevers

Tristan Weevers (1986) holds a Masters degree in Industrial Design Engineering from the Delft University of Technology with over five years of experience in User Centered Design. He now strives to support practice to create better, usable products by selecting appropriate methods and to appropriately execute them on Follow the author on Twitter
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A Cry For Looking To Other Methods For User Centered Design

This guest post is written by our friend Tristan Weevers.

In 2004 and in 2005, Neville Stanton wrote two books with 200 methods and tools for Human Factors. In 2010, Chauncey Wilson added another 100 specific for user-centred design (UCD). In addition to books like these, people started to collect methods online. I found a lot of them, some better than others. However, it seems that no one really uses these collections, or even knows about them.

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