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Article Review: Comparison Of A User Centered Design
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The user centered designs, which refer to the project approach that puts the intended users at the central position of its design and development, are evident throughout the paper. The first method of evaluation of user-centered design used in the paper is the use of focus groups. A focus group refers to selecting a group of participants and encouraging them to share their thoughts, attitudes, feelings, and ideas on a subject. The method of organizing focus groups has been used in the paper as a way to conduct research. In acquiring information on how feasible, effective, and attractive the platform of the mobile health apps discussed in the paper are, there were participatory sessions conducted, as well as usability evaluation methods used through the focus group method of user-centered design. Focus group is mainly used as an input to design. The method generally produces non-statistical data and is a good means of getting information about the subject of research. Some of the factors that have helped the paper to successfully utilize the design include the experienced authors, who played the roles of...
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