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92UCD vs. U-CD

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  • Hallvard Trætteberg
    Apr 24, 2001
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      Hi all,

      In one of the last discussions, both UCD (Tony) and U-CD (Larry) acronyms
      where used. I usually think of the first as User-Centered Design, and find
      it strange to use it for the similarly sounding but different (or more
      specific) than Usage-Centered Design. Therefore I liked the idea of using
      U-CD for the more specific approach. Is this an established convention? Or
      perhaps UsageCD, which I've also seen used.

      Hallvard Trætteberg, stipendiat ved IDI, NTNU
      http://www.idi.ntnu.no/~hal, mailto:hal@..., phone:+47 7359 3443
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