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From Patterns of Use to Design Patterns: A Method for producing new design patterns from user activi
[c112] N. Avouris, N. Tselios, G. Kahrimanis and G. Fiotakis, From Patterns of Use to Design Patterns: A Method for producing new design patterns from user activities, Conference Workshop on HCI design patterns: Mapping User Needs into Interaction Design Solutions, Interact 2005, Rome, September 2005. (pdf)


Abstract
In this paper we describe a novel method for producing interactive systems design patterns form ethnographic studies involving these systems. It is argued that this process can lead to traceable production of design patterns. A software environment, ColAT, that can support the proposed process, is also described.
 



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