User-Centered Design (UCD) in the Enterprise: Corporations Begin to Focus on UCD

  • Aaron Marcus
Part of the Human–Computer Interaction Series book series (HCIS)


Computer interaction communities have been talking about user-centered design (UCD) for as much as two decades. Researchers, analysts, and designers have made much progress in understanding the terms, concepts, process, tools, and document resources that facilitate this process.


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  1. EFFIN. EFFIN is a multi-client sponsored project to tailor user-centered methods to the development of electronic government services and to investigate these methods in practice. The project is financed through the FIFOS program of the Norwegian Research Council
  2. UPA (after 2013 UXPA).> The project, sponsored by the European usability community seeks to gather information on usability practice in the enterprise and evidence of return on investment (ROI) of usability

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Aaron Marcus
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  1. 1.Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc.BerkeleyUSA

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