The Persona Lifecycle: Keeping People in Mind Throughout Product Design

Book review: “The standard waterfall development model is extended by adding new phases at the beginning and end, then integrating ‘life process’ terms for

Book review: “The standard waterfall development model is extended by adding new phases at the beginning and end, then integrating ‘life process’ terms for a richer development cycle; i.e., conception, gestation, birth, maturation, adulthood, and retirement. The last five (of twelve) chapters are invited contributions from well-known systems designers and developers, including Larry Constantine and Jonathan Grudin. Embellished by voluminous examples and illustrations (contributed by the second author’s father), also included are case studies, lessons learned, good ideas, and practical details shared by persona practitioners from a variety of industries.” (Thanks InfoDesign!)


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE