What is ucd?
User-centered design (UCD) process is the method used throughout a design life-cycle that focuses on understanding who will be using the product and how to make their experience enjoyable.
This ISO standard provides requirements for human-centered design principles and activities throughout the process of developing computer-based interactive systems.
Accessibility, usability, and inclusion are fundamental goals for creating a product, interface or website for users from all backgrounds and abilities.
Collecting user feedback provides qualitative and quantitative data from customers and people using the product on their feelings, needs and requests about a system.
A system developed using a user-centered design process improves the overall quality of the experience and usability to reduce cognitive friction.
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