2 edition of Cross-cultural design for IT products and services found in the catalog.
Cross-cultural design for IT products and services
Pei-Luen Patrick Rau
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Tom Plocher, Yee-Yin Choong|
|Series||Advances in human factors and ergonomics series|
|Contributions||Plocher, Thomas A., Choong, Yee-Yin|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.H85 R38 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012009681|
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cross-Cultural Design for IT Products and Services (Human Factors and Ergonomics Book Cited by: The text translates theory and guidelines into a practical methodology and discusses how to integrate methods of cross-cultural design into a standard engineering process for product development.
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Based on research and practice, Cross-Cultural Design for IT Products and Services provides a resource for human factors engineers, designers, and marketing professionals who define and develop IT products and services for the global market.
With its extensive review of cross-cultural theory and cross-cultural design literature, it is also a. This book constitutes the proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Design, CCDheld as part of the 19th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCIIheld in Vancouver, Canada, in July HCII received a total of submissions, of which.
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[Pei-Luen Patrick Rau; Thomas A Plocher; Yee-Yin Choong] -- "With the increase of globalization of business and industry, IT products and services are produced and marketed across geographical cultural boundaries without any consideration of culture.
There is. What is cross-cultural design. •Companies are expanding their customer basis across national and cultural boundaries •Cross-cultural design is designing technology for different cultures, languages, and economic standings-Ensuring usability and user experience across cultural boundaries •Technology is always contextualized in a culture and users.
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It presents a novel approach to cross-cultural HCI/UX, covers the latest research in the field, and brings a set of tools and methods to benefit the design process by taking a semiotic perspective.
It also supplies a set of design guidelines for developing more usable, useful, and. This is the first part of the two-volume set (LNCS ) that constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Design, held as part of the 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCIIheld in Las Vegas, USA in July The Seven Dimensions of Cross-cultural Design.
Designing for global markets has been around for a long time and predates designing for digital products. Cross-cultural design research is rooted in the work of two individuals: Fons Trompenaars and Geert Hofstede. This book provides the reader with analyses of various aspects of communication in both written and graphical form.
It is designed to be light on text, but succinct, and rich in visuals, capturing complex cultural interaction in simple, accessible diagrams.
This second edition now covers over 70 cultures and contains + visual aids. What is Cross-Cultural Design. Definition of Cross-Cultural Design: Is growing in importance because of the global market place. Products are designed in one country, manufactured in another and sold worldwide. Designers have to have the skills to make them understood and have a wide range of cultural knowledge as well as design knowledge.
In my new book Cross-Cultural Design, I share a methodology for stating and pushing back against your biases. At every stage of your design process, you need to be as clear and as honest as possible about your assumptions—to yourself, to your team, and to your clients or stakeholders: 1.
Document your assumptions. Review of Cross-cultural design for IT products and services by Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Tom Plocher, & Yee-Yin Choong. (), CRC Press In Huatong Sun's recent book, Cross-cultural technology design: Creating culture-sensitive technology for local users, the author presents a study of text messaging usage in both American and Chinese culture Author: Kirk St.
Amant. Cross-cultural research most commonly involves comparison of some cultural trait (or relationships between traits) across a sample of societies.
What is most important to keep in mind is that cultures change over time, so most cross-cultural comparisons need to focus on particular time frames (and sometimes particular place foci) for each culture. Books shelved as cross-cultural: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Foreign to Familiar: A Guide to Understandin.
UX Design Across Different Cultures — Part 1. With data, designers can understand how users are using the products and services we design, and the impact of our designs. I discussed four ways to design across different cultures: address cultural characteristics, conduct usability tests, measure data, and localize copy.
Author: Jenny Shen. Cross-cultural design speaks to the ability of design (→) products, designers, or design-producing entities to traverse cultural boundaries. Either the products themselves physically and literally traverse cultural boundaries, or designers and design entities cross the boundaries and operate within the domain of.
The text translates theory and guidelines into a practical methodology and discusses how to integrate methods of cross-cultural design into a standard engineering process for product development. The authors review and reappraise theories, models, principles, and techniques for design of IT products and services that will be marketed globally.
Cross-cultural UX design: Businesses with a global outlook. Valentina Berois. Culture determines the ways in which we view products, services, media, and much more in many more ways than people think.
So much is tied to the way we perceive language and what is culturally relevant that any product launching in foreign lands needs to be. Design systems have become the norm for organizations big and small.
Yet, as more of our products and services move online, we can learn a thing or two from the world of service design. A dependence on any form of design system can create a pattern of ignoring our users’ context, hindering the design process, and even our own sense of : Senongo Akpem.
Cross-Cultural User Experience Design Helping Product Designers 67 quantitative aspects, such as the population or age distribution, from CIA ’ s World Factbook [ 30 ] or Think with Google [ 31 ].
Cross-cultural marketing is the strategic process of marketing among consumers whose culture is different from that of the marketer's own culture.
The world is full of cultural diversity, and. Cross-Cultural Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience Design: A Semiotic Perspective focuses on the semiotic approach in product, services, and system design, and emphasizes the semiotic and linguistic aspects in HCI and user experience (UX).
The book shows you how to leverage these insights when creating useful, usable, and appealing. Barry Tomalin is a writer, public speaker and trainer specialising in English language, cross-cultural and international communication training, with 30 years experience in over 50 countries.
He is also the author of several books and articles in these fields and a member of. Cross-Cultural Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience Design: A Semiotic Perspective focuses on the semiotic approach in product, services, and system design, and emphasizes the semiotic and linguistic aspects in HCI and user experience (UX).
The book shows you how to leverage these insights when creating useful, usable, and appealing Author: Jan Brejcha. Poster: Cross-Cultural Design. The visuals from our video Cross-Cultural Design have been captured in a small poster. Formatted for printing, this engaging visual will help you share the concepts presented in the video with your colleagues.
The poster is in PDF and will fit in US Letter size paper (" x 11"). In the global economy, individuals have to engage in cross-cultural interactions when tasked to develop creative new products or services.
Research on the effects of cultural diversity on Author: Wojciech Bonenberg. Cross-Cultural Design for It Products and Services的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。. Derived from the best-selling Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication, Second Edition, this economically priced paperback version contains only the chapters dealing with cross-cultural and intercultural communication.
Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Communication provides an extensive overview of cross-cultural variations in communication and expands upon the Handbook by 4/5(4). Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making The utility of this area of research is to aid the design of products and services which are utilized across the globe in the variety of cultures and aid in increasing the effectiveness of cross-cultural group collaboration.
His book Cross-Cultural Management Essential Concepts (, Sage Publications) was the winner of He is the author of ten books including the bestselling Cultural Intelligence: Living and Working Globally, (, Berrett-Koehler Publishers)/5(29).
A founder of Sliced Bread Design, Julie has spent the last decade helping companies design compelling interactive products and services.
With a passion for guerilla user research methods and solid interaction design, Julie loves creating products that people enjoy using to accomplish their goals. It’s fun to think about what makes a book so great it thrills audiences around the world.
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We sell our publications in 30 countries and all 50 U.S. on: Old Columbia Rd, Ste B Columbia, MD, United States. Cultural Diversity: Unlike some books that claim to focus on culture but only sprinkle a few selected boxes or features in several chapters, this book integrates scores of real-life examples of cross-cultural research and findings in every chapter.
Opening vignettes of individuals from different geographical areas of the world who illustrate many of the behaviors described in each chapter. Huatong Sun’s recent () book, Cross-Cultural Technology Design: Creating Culture-Sensitive Technology for Local Users, is an example of a participatory framework applied in a cross-cultural situation, a case study of six Chinese users of text messaging interfaces.
Sun argues that designers and researchers should “localize” research. Offers a usable set of design and evaluation heuristics. Explains how to conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses to support decisions about cross-cultural design and evaluation.
Offers results from a cross-cultural test and presents guidelines for design of different IT. it is naturally revealed in all human action such as the products people design.
The relationship between design and culture has taken many twists and turns throughout the last centuries, as design is seen both as a mirror and an agent of change (Moalosi et al.
a). It is observed that modifications in the former’s evolution both reflect andFile Size: KB.Identifying cultural differences is vital to cross-cultural design.
UX leaders Elisa M. del Galdo and Jakob Nielsen point out in their book, International User Interfaces, that “it is no longer enough to simply offer a product translated in ten to twenty different languages. Users also want a product that acknowledges their unique cultural.Cross-Cultural Differences Problems and Solutions The Good News.
Multinational companies have the great advantage of working in and with different cultures to make their products and services accessible to a far wider community. The impetus for reaching beyond their own borders makes commercial sense.
The Less Good News.