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The Information Triad

A person who uses a system, the normal expectation is that users do not require the technical expertise required to fully understand the system. Part of the Information Triad with Content and Context.

The final users are usually the most important class of stakeholder. When assessing the requirements of a system this group must be

One of the most important ways to define a system form the users point of view is to create a comprehensive actor

Facets of User Experience

There are 7 main facets that users encounter when interacting with information are shown above, the usefulness, usableness, desirability, credibility and value of the data are best assessed by the user. The findability and accessibility are mainly determined by the Information Architecture

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The following pages link to here: Actor, ANSI Four Schema Model, ASCII, Building Web Sites, Business Process, Card Sorting, Checklist, Context, Data Form, Diagram, Entitlement, Findability, Gathering Data, Inference, Information Architecture, Information Content, Information Triad, Library Science, Model, Narrative, Role Play, Stakeholder, Theory, User Honeycomb, User Interface, Uses for IA, Wiki

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