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A FORMALISATION APPROACH FOR COLLABORATIVE USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2020

D. Kerpen*
Affiliation:
Hochschule Kaiserslautern, Germany
J. Conrad
Affiliation:
Hochschule Kaiserslautern, Germany
D. Wallach
Affiliation:
Hochschule Kaiserslautern, Germany

Abstract

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We propose to combine Collaborative User Experience Design (CUXD) projects with the integrated product and process modelling theory CPM/PDD to formalise the CUXD process model. CPM/PDD is discussed as a Design Theory and Methodology (DTM) to describe a product as well as the product development process based on a clear distinction of characteristics and properties. CUXD is presented as a cross-disciplinary, human-centred development model. It focuses on team collaboration, relates to concepts of Design Thinking, Agile Development as well as Lean UX and it highlights user experience metrics.

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