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Matching Synthetic Populations with Personas: A Test Application for Urban Mobility
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 May 2022
Design is increasingly influenced by digitalisation yet differs largely across domains. We present synergies between the works of UX designers and data scientists. We can utilise personas to represent users and their behaviours, or synthetic populations to represent agent groups. Despite sharing characteristics, their synergies have not been explored so far. We propose a workflow and test it in the urban mobility context to link a synthetic population of Paris with a set of contextual personas. This builds the basis for an integrated approach for designing urban mobility across fields.
- Proceedings of the Design Society , Volume 2: DESIGN2022 , May 2022 , pp. 1795 - 1804
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- The Author(s), 2022.